The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: July 4, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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S tke Pkilmdttpkia JVVrtA American. ae that he was .the murderer of

THE SHOUT,AND THE MOAN. the dotfi muter,, In accordance&, '

..YMorf 1 victory; r- tbe shaat it in our ears.and THE FLORIDIAN ant| of those ti the king ( .o '

u.T oicinn almost madUen us! But there are two be,a bfbaule between thetbevallerindtbedogj.j -.
the picture(wirand victury-iti light! and
-to Jfcwe.
:IT.AJW; -its glTJ and '!' |To nsits pomp anddeIpzt. its meat '
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which chronicle the.victorious march of our : were accordingly prepared O spot, .
Jttel' and hearts -- : _ uninhabited
k re Tavlt* and his gallant army our ----------- -S ------- ,and Mal ,'anatd with blorj-

io the light, glory and pomp of victory. nut BY S. S./ SIBLEY. geon, was to defend against lime dog
a mid tbe erneral rejoicing, if anyone could niae ,, JULY 4-1846. VOL. XVn-NO. 50. which- had a kennel io retreat.
"curUin from the sandity of desolated homes, he0utd : t A
the all its horrors the shadow, and soon the faithful cream was liberty,
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see which follow tbe track of war, as the ytj. !> mon sepulchre the bodies of those who had I MYoiwwifMu1'1. RAMBLES ABOUT PARIS. made at the murderer of his master, and avoi*

-::ethe rtwr wolf and the hjrcna do the battle field.Whiie .- it I fallen. I Ifl wife, j" sober earnest" BY KJBV. 3. T. MIADLBI.reenter ding his blows, ran round an him tin
the nation shoots lor the gloriea of Palo AltoBawd.eUPahi NOTE. The W an and rn
> ..mdIYij.i incidents related in the above j C rat. the city, and we opportunity ofrd. sudden
, & a ?-* *
sad "eve of love are weepingfiTfErud! 'fates article mretSftv&a torn 'Lee's SouthernCampaigns" U When I : :
.and the By .011, I"
inr' "Br Cochrane and others. Proud : and "Col. Gardner's dered on what said and there iTh' 1&* -- M-W. ...
of Rinffloldt wn. ed Military you waswtruth sees, let us turn into the AUe or m"m wutcw 4 J l 2uUl
bulletin, general orders and exulting despatches a Anecdotes," where, if he has not already perused ,in it that I determined to marry." I widow's alley. It was once d fet io the afterwards execo-

cbroaicle the glories of war; the shout oJ a nation them, the reader will find much to in. But how did you manage to make such a Paris for widows mourning to cu shun al ted, and the dog nourished with the greatestcare
in thunder peal of exultation and the deep
U tent forth drowns the low, feeble wail of bereave. their a struct and amuse him, and where he will findno good selection, Max f said,we, with a low public But there.was a solitaryand and aecion.Takig .
lead huzza want of deference British and bow to the which she with promonae by .the Hotel oe* Villa andpassing
lDeot.or the piercing shriek of the widowed heart! to courage lady, acknowledged avenue leading away from the far. tur

The rattling; dram the cannon peal fall l with start- ately discipline. an expressive smile. flier extremity of the Champs El/sees to the tOWr. the Per la Chaise we coma

line clamor beside the desolate hearth, and-mighty; of Should your readers feel sufficient interest Well, you shall know. My wife was an Seine, where the rich and elegant widows of to the la Bastile. I have refered 1

uic of national!glor-tum Turn we from death the and official despair des-to with to follow the exploits of this gallant partizan old sweet-heart qjf mine, and had refused me the capital could drive in their splendid carriages this before in passing, aud'sa. of it now to
iejoiein& hood
cawe: of corps, they can gratify their curiosity tracing in days. She continued single, describe the the site of -
,reeking with glory, blood pore and mangled by my youngest without violating the code of fashionablelife. monuen ere
S limbs patch" ,to the following, picture for Douglas; Jerrold's miles its course through the pages of Lee's and I always had a sneaking kindness for her. This street soon became the general re. the old prison, and the grand deig. framed S

Magazine, and contrast the public and private effect Southern Campaigns, a book which, though Three weeks ago, I got into tu same pew sort of wealthy widows, which drew such a by Napoleon, respecting it. mantis

rf out of print, may be obtained at some of tho with her at church,and we re_j together from of admirers,not to after converted into basin fur boats passing through

VICTORY dred public libraries. PEQUOT. the same prayer-book. After service I walk. quantity, it soon bece ul.pato most the canal that sir iu ancen foundations

The Along joy-bells the peal evening a men air);tone Brooklyn Heights, L. I., June 19th, 1846. ed home with her, and on the way I said- thronged tht promenades of the city. It took the But I never on this old pm

The cracking: bonfires torn the sky Well, Milly, wky can't you and I always name of the Widow's Alley, which it on, the first object of popular vena.nce ;.

All crimson with their glare; ry American Military Biography. read out of the came prayer-book and say ever ..ince.Foaowin b re Paris, when the earthquake thr. rev.

Bold music: fills the startled streets men t This implies no reflection on the braveryof Amen together ?" tine the upwards through the olution began to be felt in the shuddering city, ;

With mirth-inrpiring sound ; the British troops, (whose courage is UnquestIonable Well," said she, "I don't know why we Sine, pass the garden and without recalling mind Carlyle's descriptionoftbestormingofit.
S The raping; cannon's reddening breath the ,) as this was a regiment newly should In the midst of the
not. come to-morrow
Wakes thunder-shouts around ; Suppose you palace of the Tuilleries, the palace of the U
And thousand joyful voices cry, formed which had never seen service. night and drink tea with me, and. we'll talk Louvre, the Place da Hotel do Vie, and come roar of the multitude that surged like theses .

vHuzza! huzza a Victory!r' the I the matter over." to the bridge of Louis cross round the rk.f structure-tbe 'rattle of

A little girl stood at the door rank, From J\" ala'$ Sunday .IIeDen/:". Well, I did go, and got such a nice cup of es to the Isle of St. Luis.Phiipp Rue St Louis musketr interrupted by the" heavy bin

And with her kitten played; as THE BACHELORS' CLUB,. tea before a comfortable fire, with hot muffing cuts this island length.wise, and as cnnon and the groans of the ;

Less wild and frolicsome than she. We and'quince: sweetmeats that before long I said. Louis Tournay a mechanic, was seen to mount
learn that measures are about to be a. we srol alon stop a No. 2d-that .
That rosy prat ling maid Well old friend let'a to-morrow i momen a the walls with a huge axe. .Amid the bullets
dopted to revive the Bachelors' Club, as it existed Milly my go I Voltaire plan.
Sudden her cheek: turns ghostly white; tal Lmbr that like hailstonej about him.he
evening to Father Sufflebags and get married. ned where ratted 'mOte, S
Most if Duuapar
Her eye with fear is filled, twenty-five years ago. .. the ot tbe draw
road, all We are not to each other. We are a long and fearful conversation with his mtni pnerl--cnai
And rushing in of-doors, she screams- not nearly of the officers and managers strangers bridge, till it fell
&4 My brother Willie's killed !" were having been committed to matrimony long both comforUbly well off and can be happy. I i liter, lontalict. after the star of his glory had mke
which the
ing maddened
A thousand joyful roices cry, have since, the club has become in a measure ex. She laid, Here's my hand, Max ; .will go.' : set soko and carnage of Waterloo ulace a causeway 1 over In this pop
&4 Huzza f huzza a Victory !" describing scene,
pily She did here dark of his .treame
and the
tinct. There never was a more agreeable an we are. i night-long, night- reward then all
A mother sat in thoughtful ease, association, nor were any balls got up with So, then, the last of the Bachelors' Club had"come. Fleeing from the disastrous have says in: their, bodies, r Frenchmen Ross with that all

A-knittingby the fire, arms more magnificence than those of the old club. has gone I plain on which his trampled crown lay,follow throats hear and !
Plyinethe: needle's thrifty task: ed the of that thundered after your cartilage metalIe sons of
The first series of balls were held at the City by roar cannon
that tire. liberty stir spasmodically of
With han4 never OKIE SASS' DJlI K.S.-A Hoosier stopped ut.
: his he had hurried with headlongspeed lyer
fugitive ,
her few hairs,and shrieked Hotel, before that splendid saloons with its un. army is
She tore gray of fashionable drinking saloons most faculty in your soul and body,or spirit; "
opposite one our the Bearer of his
to own
"My joy on earth is done! merous mirrors and silken draperies, was eon- over.
Par for is hour. Smite thou, Louis
in the a day or two since, and with his hands throw. of thrown i th Tournay,
Oh! who will lay me my grave? verted into sleeping rooms and the club driven Deputies was of
old .
soldier of
Oh,God! my son! my son !" front, upto: Niblo's! where their balls were still more deep in his pockets and front of his chip turn. into the utmost agitation. The allied army cartwright of the regiment
that outerdraw.
And thousand joyful voices cry, fore and ed up seemed looking with absorbing inter. was marching on the city, while there were Uauphine-0ite a ;
Huzza! huzza' !" costly crowded. bridge chain, though the hail whistle
a Victory
individual luxuriating fiery a. .
tie .
est into interior at
an with which to defend Bonaparte
The Bachelors' Club it must be borne in no troops it
round thee I Never, over nave did
wife the threshold crossed had on a julep, with straw accompaniments. abdicate the or fela
A youthful mind, was not established to single must was general feeling '
perpetuate thy axe strike such stroke. It
With matron treasure blessed; 44 Well 111 swar, if that ain't a new kick. strengthened by the firm support given it by 1 ,
blessedness ; on the contrary, it was intendedto man, to Orcus I let the whole accursed edificesink
A smiling infant nestling lay of seech
thort as
he. Who'd a
him of ingratitude
the a Prince Lucien accused
In slumber at her breast. bring together youth,beamy,taste and character says consarned cool Lafaj thither and Tyranny swallowed up
drink 7 b
She spoke no word,she heaved no sigh, He of both sexes-to place them in the a greensass' to the distressed emperor. "You forever. Mounted the roof of
The widow's tale to tell; most winning social intercourse where pleasure : that ar feller sucks it, soliloqui zed he, raov. accuse me of wanting gratitude Napoleon," the say on
stuck into
But like a corpse, all white and stiff on and and ing his b.dy in a sympathetic manner as if replied Lafayette, have you forgotten whatwe guard-room some on byonet !
gaiety good prevailed
the of the
; joints wall smitesbravcAubinBonnemcrealsoan
Upon the earth floor fell. in the fluid himself. I'llhey Tournay f
engaged drawing have done for him have
S And thousand joful voices in a few years not a manager director, or even; ; you forgotten old soldier
cry a taste of that mixtur' ef I bust a bit, that the bones of our childred, of our brothers, ) 4 i'.
H.n.! hum! a Victory" member of the club was single. Manyrnatcb. seconding him the chain break the .
posed was his conclusion ; so in he went. attest our fidelity in the sands of ; fiel :
es were made from the agreeable association everywhere ; "
An old weak man, with head of snow up What will you take air 1" inquired the bar the shores of the Guadalquivir and huge drwbrid-ge slams ,'thnderiDg.
at these balls. One still exis. Afrita
And three score and ten, exception This event in the It
years voJuron Bo
Looked in upon his cabin-home. up, ted, and we believe only one.Ve called a keeper. the Tagus, on the banks of the Vistula, and designed to immortalize
with Jest on and give that feller his licker, the frozen deserts ? naparte by building t
Muscovy During more
And seized him then.
anguish few weeks of the most active die
ago on one a splendid monument on the site of the
He belp'd not wife, nor helpless babe rectors of the club-a famous floor caus I aint half as dry as he looks, said the than ten years, three millions of Frenchmen over t t
S Matron nor little maid called him who took mantger Hoosier[ pointing to a customer at the other have perished for a man who wishes still to prison. An arch over the cna was t i
One tear, sob- as we -one great delightin to bear a huge bronze elephant a-tower k
scalding oe choking
back end of the counter. all have done
He knealt him down and pray'd.A arranging the cotillions, finding partners said the attentive attendant. struggle against Europ.Ve on his back, in all, seventy-two feet high.be .- l {
Now the
thousand joyful voices cry, of for the saying soft and complimen. enough for biro. or to save ?
company this S
reached across the counter,took leg o coloa elephant were to b t
The Hosier
Huzza! buzz a Victory! out to the ladies and often country. Lt him abdicate-let him abdicate
tary things mounting
01! which
a four of stairs his hold of his collar, and drawing him close up, ," was response that met the ear of 8 one w J
pair to lodgings.Ve found stair-case to tbe bI.sback
>e a leading tower on
1MJ! O lNI!\ Ol\J\! him with if he had whispered in his ear : the dismayed Lucien, and he hastened to his I
I a night cap on, looking as sass' drink with all the fixins !" -the whole to be a fountain with waterpour. ring
A brother with the disastrous
not been washed in Castalian streams, and green imperil news.- from the The :
from the Spirit of the Ttmtt. and he-winked his eye familiarly: as if to con. into a storm of passion and refusedto enormous trun. plaster .
with old fashioned of
an pair specs on the tip model stands there now in 4 i
f CAPTAIN ARMSTRONG'S CAVALRY CHARGE bis of his vey his meaning more fully that all the ingredients listen a moment to the request. Lafayette I ; itlf
nose. If it had been finished the
AT QUIMBY BRIDGE. should be thar. then: declared if he did not he should move. according to deagn, t !
Max what the devil 7"
Why, are yoa at I it would have been a beautiful
of of the Se. Yes, sir," said the barkeeper.The his dethronement. Bonaparte saw that his though strange t
The splendid charge :: portion gaiTs[ I'm sewing a button on m' pants !I" said monument. After fall the
cond Dragoons under Captain !May, in the late a," he, in a low, gruff tone. mint was fixed in,the Ice beside it,the bour had come, and he promised to resign his 'abandoned, Bonaparte's the model elephant planwas ;

I battle of the Resacca de la Palma, indicatesthe At Why have you no woman to do that little sugar piled on top, and the fluid delicately crown and his throne. He was lost,and there I still stands there, slowly though wearing under i

great importance of that arm of the ser the affair for ?" poured over all, the whole was then commin. was no redemption. It was in this state of the that away
storms it.At
you are constantly beating l
in the world thereto gled and with the accompanyiny straw ornaiient anguish, and and fear, that he upon
vice. In no country ought ery Where should I get one ? When I joined mortifcation the restoration, it was designed to build a
be better cavalry than in this, tor in nu stant tJ..t nriiullifur Bar.helors Club all handed to the customer. He pulled his came to this the large gallery t

country are there better horses or better riders. never to marry. Hang me if there's we a swore singleone mad cat or his puoket, piol*.4 up ihft glass, Led a long and fArA interview with Mon- colossal.representation of the city'of Paris ints
and commenced first a suck and then a guffaw, talked"of the of Waterlooof place. But after the three days revolution
I Except in the cities, every man,From his boy. end left but myself!" He past- of 1830 and the t'
accustomed consider his horse in which exercise he continued until the straw the Deputies of France-of accession ofLi. Philippe j {
hood up, is to "You are the last, then, of the 'cocked Europ to the throne tbe
a part of himself and the fine blood introduc. hats." squealed wkh emptiness, whereupon, setting of the world. He had lost none present strture was com I

;t ed into the country by the gentlemen of the down Yes, I'm the last, I suppose. On Sunday it down, he pulled out his bit and repeated of manner by his misfortunes,none of his stern the menced canal and 6nished. The arch tbrowrover

of the noble The t'I the whispering to bar keeper, and independent feelings. lie railed on each by Napoleon was retained, and an
turf; insures an abundant supply I met Frank Faithful-he who swore so often operation immense bronze column
I animal at a limited cost. While reading the off* that no wife should curtain lecture him-and told him secretly : in turn and then spoke of America a his final and feet rises from i a hundred }
I account of the charge of those gallant fellows ing a what do you think he was about ?" Iv'e seed through them ar' green sass'drinks.rthtir asylum. Europe could no hold him in pace, leads thirty the the air. A spiral staircase { (
all the ice andI to top, on which is fig. !
through a narrow gorge, flanked by musketry, Can't say." pooty good, 'cep besides he hated his enemies too place
and swept by the grape and canister of nineS He was going to church, with his wife reckon tlur cold enough 'thout that but surrender his person into their power. Even ure in representing Genius of Frnce stnd

pieces of artillery, it recalled to my mind a leap tucked under his arm, and three or four little stranger, taat fodder stuff is a amazin' cute this escape was denied him and he was corn- ng the half position of this of the flying Mercury.n !

charge made by the troopers of LEE'S Legion 'uns walking before him, dressed in silk dee for thi temperance folks ; it's put in, I pled to fling himself into the arms of Eng. one pillar are written in vertical S ;
speculate, to hide th licker!'-St Louis Rev. lines, and in gilt letters, the names of : 1 1thoe
which frocks.
in the Revolution- although not equally
who fell in the storming of Bastile, and : !
hazardous, was one of great daring. with A pretty sight for a bachelor, to be sure." AIM HIGH. But one cannot look upon this gallery, lined on the other half the names those who fell t ;

The Legion was composed of three companies gage Well,why don't you get a quiet, staid, clever Aim higa. What you do, perform well and ,with pictures, where the terror of the world in the famous three days of o July, 1830. At :
strode backwards and forwards in with
and three of cuts for wife who would mend agony
of cavalry,
Infantry, troops woman a -one
Rest the base each i
1 is Gallic
Are cock
labor to inprove. you a lawyer by corner a .
in all three hundred and fifty men, Most hose darn night-caps and rub out the profoundest emotion. From a charity lP
numbering your your your laurel wreaths and !
not satisfied with being merely a pettifogger, porting between them ,
commanded by that finished soldier, Lieut back with opodeldoc, when you had the rheumatism boy at the military school of Brienne, he h eliefs b
a collector bills, a pleader in lower corts. inscriptions &c The cost
Col. HzMtr LEE, through whose incessant or lumbago ?" risen by the force of his genius to the whole is about o
rank. Aim
Study that take high tobe 200000.
in the in yo may of France. His nod had been the law to an 5
and unwearied exertions it was kept a 'hPooh, pooh !-nonaencef'hat's! an old r
a Hale, or a Greenleaf. Thus do the kings of Franca honor the
most perfect state of efficiency and disciplinethe time, fellow like me to do with a vife T My old a-Paoa Preach well and empire crowns the gifts he bestowed on lila evolution and which shows
Ar you a minister I study followed are compelled to, .
hones and in excellent condition Capt. black makes bed and teaI araily. Mighty armies .ia. a' '
: powerful, woman my my be Pas. how the will still
subject. a lazy, drawling popular
your be walked the soil of but supreme i i
trembling Europe,
and the ron thoroughly accoutred ted, dine down town-go to the library to read the tor of a church : elevate your people "ranee.-Christian Magazine* r
equipped. How LEE was able to keep themin by papers, play rubber of whist at the Piggerycome meagre them discourses now there were none to do him reverence.- Pal

that condition, while the rest of the army al home at ten, and tumble in for the and put is energy into by your should not be a; He[ paced to and fro, the tread of his heavy TUE DCKE or Wftux UTOX I THE HOCSE t
there no reason why you
was almost in a state of destitution, is a mystery leap, night." Beecher.Are heel echoing through the silent apartment, OF LORDS.-He usually sits in a state Drab S
Jailer, or a Bunyan, a Payson,or a
and it reflects the greatest honor on his the We cast a furtive glance around the room. you a mechanic? Let Arkwright anda fled, not as heretofore, with vast designs of traction, his arms folded, bis head sunk o-hi .

skill and ability. It is a fact not generally Everything looked wretchedly dilapidated.The .- Watt stimulate you ; do your work well and conquest and absorbed with the mighty with future breast, his leg setche out. He seems t

known but nevertheless true, that at the bat. their dust and feathers had accumulated under never suffer an article togo that beckoned him on, but engrossed anx. >e asleep ; a very few moments, ho

J tie of Eutaw, one of the many in which the the bed-rusty old coats and pants were hang. chare accordingly shop,;that will not bear exami- oty about his personal safety. His throne, shows that he has not been an inattentive Db
your crumbled before
Legion distinguished itself; that there were er ing on pegs on the wall-two chairs had lost :I frm would to empire, and armie away server of the debate. He suddenly starts
nation-thatyou not willing
hundreds of the soldiers pf the American ar. deep their backs-a tray, on which were the dregsof the makers name upon it. b stamp him, and he knew not which had become way to turn the a dances (sometimes with,faltering steps,f up .

my perfectly naked. "At the battle of the the black tea and a piece of clammy toast, Are you a merchant? Be attentive to your for escape. The Emperor of other battle his advanced age) to the table, and, without

Eotaw Springs," GEEE:' E writes in onef his place were lying on the table-a bottle on the wood. business, understand perfectly what yon areabeae ugitive-the conqueror field preface or preliminary statementdashes. & '

letters, "hundreds of my men were naked as they en mantlepiece had the remnant of a tallow not office much in the left alone, once at the real question in dispute. The

they were born !" Judge JOHNSON in his life candle in it-the embers of a fire threw out a ; let your a Gray or to a Parker be A C The suppliant arbiter for of his others'own.fate" keenness with which he detects ft,' and the

E of GEEEXK says-"Posterity will scarcely believe some flickering glare from the grate-a cricket was hand or a Brown. perseverance of his pursuit, are remarkable
forwards the souled
t that the bare loin 'of many brave men gan throwing divers somersets in one corner of your Are patem you a lumper, or a laborer 7 a fisher Backwards an in his mighty proofs of the unimpaired vigor ofi ander.standing. :

who carried death: into tie enemy's ranks, at the room.-Everything indicated carelessness, or a clam-digger T Be faithful to your warrior addressing earnest energetic Even with all the physical feb !
man his minister
the Eutaw were galled by their cartouch and an absence of all that was neat, clean and jusine* and do every thing well, it is the manner this and desponding that -now ness which might be expected at his yean, he I

S boxes, while a fold of a rag or a tuft of moss comfortable ; and yet Max was accountedrich to succeed. proposing now measure,yet turn- entirely fills the house while he speaks. Hisutterance

protected the shoulder from sustaining the and in his time was quite a gallant-a only Aim way high. Go beyond others if you can ; big from each as a forlorn hope. Untamed, is very indistinct, yet by a strong
and unsubdued he chafed like lion '
**me injury from the musket." GeneralS into perfect Beau Nash among the ladies ; wore but study and labor that no one outstep you in as ever, a effort of the will, he makes himself dearly
the toils but the that enclosed
Greene says in his letter tu the Secretary of in salmon colored smalls, silk stockings and or business. Never idle ; net was heard and understood, even though to do 1 be _

\VarWe have three hundred men without from pumps, and was quite an Adonis at Hewlett's] your profession lose a moment by sloth and lazy b spirit ; not to be rent. may have to repeat whole portions of senten. 1
S arms and more than one thousand so naked back practising balls, which were then held in the onward should be motto, by day and night There is another event connected with this des. Not a point of the discourse escapes .
: that they can be put on duty only in cases of a Long Room William street, opposite Cedar. in and out. street which is more known. It was here in him, and the most vigorous debater often find*

: desperate nature. Our difficulties are so numerous who His family had all died off and he was left to year With such a course you will never be a the time of Charles V.,that the famous battle the weakness of his argument, however cle- ,'J

: and our wants so pressing, that I have die also, with no one probably near him but drone-never sink in the gutter-never call took place between Chevalier de.Macaire and. verly masked, suddenly detected and exposed. S !

not a moment's relief from the most painful bre, his old negro wench-living in gloomy solitude Hercules to assist Facing opposi- the dog of Mnntargit, 1 often ted a an illustration Some of the short, terse, pointed sentences I :

anxieties. I have more embarrassments thanit as and dying unwept, unhonored, and unsung tion upon lions in you. paths, scaling of the sagacity and faithfulness of (all with a force on the house the.more remark. 1
slaying your
is proper to disclose to the world. Let it they ," as the poet has it, and some graceless and will I dogs. Auhry de Montdidrer had been mur. able for the contrast of the matter'with the
mountains, leaping you conquer
suffice to say, that part of the United States and nephew administering to his will, and squandering mightily-omnipotently sas we had almost said.- dered in a forest near Paris and buried at the manner. The speeches, a a whole, though

; has had a narrow escape. /hare been seven the the old fellow's thousands in fast trotting Who not aim high and make as it were foot of a tree. His dog immediately lay downon always extremely brief in comparison with '
there fur
Y horses the in "i the grave and remained days, un. those of elaborate strike the
mcmthsmtheJeldtru/outteJangofmycloihesr1 on avenue, or champaign earth heaven subject to his control?-O'nx driven He then went to more deLaen 1
a Of what noble and unflioching material must tion suppers at Tortoni's, away by hunger. hearer with surprise for lutained tone,

those men of the Revolution have been made. the What makes you look 10 ruddy and healthy Brach the house of one of Aubry'sfriends and beganto the consistency of I heir argument, and a kind

The charge to which I allude,was one madeat the 7" said he. A BKICF REPORT.-A committee on the howl most piteously.)". The poor famished of natural symmetry, and necessary conse-

Qaimbf's:Bridge in South Carolina,by the of "A contented mind, Max, and domestic hap. state of religion in one of the New England creature would swallow cease the his food howling that only before long quence of their being the sincere and spontaneous .
to set
advance guard under Captain Armstrong, as but piness." i associations, deviating from the usually prolix enough him and then re-commenced was At he development of a strong mind and a _

gallant and dashing an officer as ever drew I Ah, very likely I Look at me ; as the style of documents on that subject, presented seized, his master's friend by the length and determine purpose.-Fruser's Magazine. .
which half of ia' S
ubre. man says in the play, ore the following : coa
The 19th British Regiment Lt. Col. Coates fed 1' I want all kinds of comfort." 44 That the stale of religion in the churches endeavored to pull him along in RICH AND Poo*.-We certainly blame no :

Then and wisely,for at this association is from whence he had come. The friend's!. young lady who has LeD accustomed to tbe .
having become isolated at )lank'. Corner, marry marry your composing lam-ntbllow,
became excited the actions of the
picion by of for
Marion and Lee determined to fall upon it, age a man may be caught in a trap. So good needs no argument to prove ; t prescribe bad been ordinary' elegancies tung'tm.r
remembered missing
aDd cut it off by surprise: before it could ob. day, Max, and better luck to you hereafter {I" a remedy is a task more difficult, yet your I dog,for as several be Aubr followed him. r a poor man ; must beg o fai&in S

tala relief The British officers having taken of We thought no more of Max, till on Sunday committee make a Therefore, day recollect, though A man i poor, a man wh
aUemp On coming to Vhere the body but is still .
th precaution to the bridge across the last, we saw him ringing the bell of a neat That of the sev w nothing money poorer.A
secure "Rr buried the dog began to howl most furiously,
CoOper river by a strong detachment, it be- had two story bouse in Franklin street. repent of their lukenrneu and tho Digging down, they clergyman, after having ,endeavored to
He had suit of black-a new wig, the ( seek paw gd.
CIIM on a ble themselves at crow,
cir. "
take I
for them long remarked
necessary to a oo found the master with.marks ofiolenee explain a difficult text, b
tuft cane and gloves-and a middled.agedmst.: of God and return wholly his body
through the, deep sands in the hottestfist In in black lUkyiras brgiveness t upon Not' long after this the Ca. do no agree with ma." Ii
of before could form aleaction ronly-looking gentlewoman, in his brought him
mnnner, they .rc dog meeting the Chevalier the days, a fer village,
his That the flock follow theirshepherds.
hanging on arm. ,
with Sumpter, whose aid wu re- their *' flew at his throat, could hardly a basket of potatoes, saying, that A'fomao*
Come in-come in I've something to set a b
'JIZlrt j b the intended attack. The junctionr _ ford from his grasp. Eyer time t did not agree wit hi'"Aad feroqgbt S

r* Dot effected until evening, and the attack dead say We to you.entered the house. Let the slandered take comlbrt-it is onlyat that he met him, he on hm anr him a basket of hi* ones, whtaidke-hoped

MiBecetttrfljr deferred' until the following gion ; This is wife." fruit treM that thieves throw stones.- same ferocity. This happened once in the would b more : _
morning but my
; about midnight the iky .J r

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at C'/ r>Mt( eu rewiia J i ta ta 1r- ; Lsii: ,. 1v'v. VtLI. ,% Tdii oyintr/ ufInisiaraii cayi 'Xr.. r.a: : 'I, e.1.Aei! la .s :_ i tie ..cief.V !lie nfM:: ra fee: aci. v
S ritt of i Piz ii tt of the A !. ei.e. tt t.e a4 .
t a. > pro7isc .4 : : : t. 'ja.e, .' --'
L.. hid Fnrwi ittelfn &s = V! :
p'/in every want ;9- rer-s1 &., as," 5CIzanA a.z
Tii : ariai-a: :i fef feu cii-bie iirf tr> f. V
rfeat -i th 31ir.i
Paf12y. 4mmw.i
? 1
n ?eif'f
Vzv cir'.i; (;rtzg. J.iz ( -y, Ftz-. tei KBirlanri a&'i Fn vilh X pr-/i.re, *ir>i in the js.'erch.taje cfryj thse : Ccc-vai, Mr Shatz t, a c.a 6v '> J Tt J tad .a.cvni :. ; --- r.er.ia. e' hue aL a 1c? otn.s e ri'
c* ccnrernitift'i
cur;, Ji44 ; T.b.4 :tk: (s/.ozsz. (i._ / rnab'JiiJ: op an ei:>niM roI't- ;ahoaekr tie :! : -"
avd eitireij; upvt ILtrt : T W in rzHto i_ y t.e srat, ( aat..ee : :
uft3J CJf. < commerce." A.1'ftkit ii trs*. ie **r.a ncL taate ar, ta warfr 'ae c. nara.re
}:.- L aaficijatfitLrvc va ? -
> &: --r (
4l4e-4. t u.e: 'A Mott cui the other krge riven cf rie! %cri-i That they n :er.ert tea tie cs aA a a q atramz
; b tie rr<**iiijm of <;*1). Pi2 and Li* arBIT. r. ;a a **'ee a" *.r1a : ilo rtc aexr *:: a-wii, Sir z :
w'r4& a4 *, 4i 'Lrvj h m-Jch tis aiie 1-ie cf itt :. .e iieir-c i- e( 1rzi
coj. ; (:iaz of -riestii' Parauarar. rio very ''e i-t ctw fr-sc. thJ ar rle, rh... aeL te --. i.:=iec n.n tSs'ra frs ,
: .:4 W. ail i -4d. ; not to. with the Miiui1pi; ctici 5awi: : I..C' i-f 2u O32a3, rir-.r tial the eil re : n a : AiaL.ea .

.1 .%: :k., v'i 2-fr;. Cap!. I'ki # d'.vsjSttxtd Arnti&et.. We ihvuLi nit tLrwj h alm-v c.- 'Au s ') .-Che i: r.Lri2 va nr.'a : t.r 'heWJCr' 'ne "t .L
: region* ; war.
; aff.ri.sj eve.7 '12 the '-
b fyJ f.wi ZC. U II een.e-c
'irpri f in a ib'/rt lira- 'Ltt 'h.aet .
tz.i2 w .J1h
very .t,
4 ;: Mlr.frI I ccLtLCrr.4.Lsv
) z., .4 r. mate inhabited br crriLz J rrAa, asd estf.!:** i a 3A.a4s ,i. :
?L* Hb h ard Fr r*<.h had embarktd ih.1rtrFpt. t aar.z V.. tt a.- the A.Z- -
4-.w-#% g iL : dk4 c' iL' 1tv. tie prvi-jction rnin'ral rknionL / E4 if P.1i.7$7 Tzat a t:neA
and -
arid fc'jvit tL ir eiii ia ai trcry :* A L .:4. .'r.aa, r :a ..4reZgJi E's.
tM f. I.a. Artfr.1i Jtirz t4frt : L-ter dUj'i*: ? ;! ; : i tcrja crjie
t of 'he 'e-4.e cf ti'
p. part p-iriet : t.i. VTa4TI JLaa-t3.IJ VI
.t iwf Mari LI esa# &i i of tl eir .tr1bdr I'-tttr the f lowin frozen br''t* of ?he } jay th.e L-e.. ?:a iTetale x ti* lay i2 Le Lii : a,9en. t.er! rae Iwl rir a m.a Csctetna.thern, ai.cea. I a :& : .

i".c4 givet ; accou&t : ii :y.Z ira !-? nr.
I Vf of r=::.a: Xtwri. d.a-i : .
grairu fLe xy jJ-wtIttrflSLzs. th : cst1 The f. ..z rca.ece was t e ata-rey.tt
l'A : k 4 ; The Kngih! bri; flin dore, which had and r e fr jr*? '*, 'tci vx,' i ii &ZZd. ti ta.* : i ths ;..aa. a-i.ich I red ta ,

eraded the likckader! and got ioto aport iirnaiif vjgtr, ric<, cf the twi.wtt ; aai kvr.er 'A w u a* wEaL !have 4- 24Ar rari/ P4.aef-f. Tha2 ( : a e-w cnanfm--- tc.
-Th inieb iiH inform 1t.t :1 the eTv1 te .ta.LY .JzT
yii f on the IJ'ien i Ayr coa t, vrajt divor.T djwn the fnitt of tie trotf.c.V"e ma/ ?tI erb1Z i.aa4; c3ne4ai j eZt.4t.aear,. a: c .!eI to a- &:Ttri Fe.eren.. c' em, ha a

t vjt ; jp 'Xjxia!! ridcr : -d bv an Kngi: ..h nchooner of war. i>ized get nto a eteasiJxaJ aflie Bthze! aad ascend? AI"r 'iea.z toe .17 II t ree t end the nj 'e : tan ie h.r ia- t..e : .1ina w a riv. az.. v 5i

ttt iat* Ladl, af irell ai thf/vs mUtin jft, and taken to the outer road of Mutevd'o the river two thwiiajs-J rtle, totb* Fall* cf Sc. P.AV.! i:4 hnr.a is .Ii._Pt J.-.Uv e ra2 c. ---7e4 .- !..-, y' z.e ft V' 1.r.iaea! t "-aef* 5 acrvr C T

24 ? C'aye.n.tr.. :- =ic.L :-c a.es b2za,
ta.z '.'jr tzc.i' to -1,000 rn'in, i.MARIANO ; .ii'L'v.ib'.i aiy r'kzte re.ce ) a e
near th.s a-iinlral't hhip The admiral onhtarin T'e .e ft .o f-lr e3a-ti. ha'rad : a-- : ai -
r qj :r rE. ; wsno! he
3 ; t ; LtP.j* 'ziILiary tr'i. in the widrh ir fcreviti cft e ter>, Loriertdf : i v o ,ii .r that te2 L.
of if, told the comraix of the rcboonr w eaT3.c. G fc -a we-e = : tad -e.cni' rv and w-nr n t
: : .%1LhJF. %. ; >r the bngth wih tie bwxtf a.vinv ..zV art. .rj, 'Lat .t aan.s n ? J.piI"f. Thar. f there :. ;:tr t it
: iii
he ha-1 done and! or-r'd the ve s* a=y tr wic
., Jf;. Ki.o-I: ir tL*: Miosrter ofVar vrng -, *r- a.i. w iefai i* '*rt.i 34i'mS .**- The Srae Can Tncn
y > fertile ii&di ia tie world. Then there ; :-"aitier, 'hr* vt. ia the ; LttK. that a rurr.i "sie ti a.
I I1 I d th
reconrc to r [Krt whence lie uai '.- i- 3i72 eiej .a 'h-e Irrt t-* c 'A .iv hca .'
i4 taand '
are the II*d Hi Arka&vu aM Miis.ejri. b* C..rest *iwiw a-.t: hie fevac.. : ezaew. )
takn and lx \kft there J te.j.On ver, *aral ,u'-rh al .1 a' ccmzia&i fh earu -
10 *
ttJ-Jr.AMTJ Jia IriS.it n'r : ? c. > ze.e a ri71I eaan.y. i f w nak: c.i s. at ia.ieL rtz, Li h-
; the French admiral* LeariLg the clrcsrritfar.cet. na viable! kr two: c.r ?hreet th''jiM > r.f tt ro.eatan p4 t. St.t l-v It is there, ;rl. Lra. C3.t:2 oncce.le Maznrras. Fert !ca'a.ad

I. / tur.t I'aj pr. wi'l.'i. t a.n1 tArirJsiUB* i.i a.% v t a t'rr'l ivo'niL&- .s i.. prvMatufy. tJaa* Ar.,&a i c.ti e lui zr itf tltpTat titw-ts. Thene va aS wv'mz-ie r.
f.'A being uibroit
to !
!.a'tbi14' b' A Prs4r. Th e4. t' : tiOk .. : .': tSt iz .i".iree 'A ? e th-t. ).ai :
rlth-s a Fr Ew
to of C ral rUfti Tnherv e i Mi'izr.-vaaw.
tv.b! ; Lo ordered Frerc. rnanf tir nr/bisg o. > 'C. .iCie. yet ;raL=: n pou'
ct t fJ'iM43J4 'it Cf, paria.rj. a : : :t, 1 tt.i adrl 2ts < the rjaedj.ifl ge
L'"Ie aM ofj shici ReFre1fot4.v, % : nvet .eI
.. '. w tr krij; to ?', and capture laid i'etwf! aod r.aed rr.ny aar a." v *.- IT*t' cu e a Li.l.iil bJlsA* i\i is tie I ;'- in yz.: etJ, a in the f-.a-.r ef 1.h.-:: = 2 ta Cap ma-te)b. I'a

J'i ; } "Is *:lc% tfrr to ilocterid,, which TTH dore.TLe i : :real av Leret t tA.s wj7.JVe.a : .a 3T- .1 ,. .t en deaaaSiv =,:ie tc5t Cft.t La'L.IhZk : I Ie.
e : :* j MaJ'L-n wvjH r4er Lav felt znvfetrs if t- Los L&-q.ati;
'P.k J ai.d (Le Iter cor.ikted rJ3f cha.-aer deti"-cy raneec a. -
( ; cargo ? Lt e.S 0 Z'eI! : w1'e an
n'L } ;, a : Lt4etL. 1 had avvfed tie Mk e t1t; etwmei here a.:* Pc sas1..kt V
>.tippf. pociiv>oi ihoe ,'ek ferr while ;
tJlowere ond d 1 1Y.ar r i pr < rtT they a.-e n-
1i"1y / < < tri' a* a [ .rizjr"Tch. c&1, L/swrrr, JTTK* 1 P.A .
:j Arvq 'AJ i overrjnrii7 "it/t ?eve. No one who Itsr1'.v.r I i .ec!, and that a j:> xit era.i sct'n, ta the rrf ra- a-a 'rnde. zr fy r trzcs,
t'ta': and or>red to be v>W.Ittrvt i.ti'a: : yc nader .tnd cfC. ieft eme thsia
.noa de.*_rri.>3 'Athe canar. &at.ea'.eIait.nj en
that LAT aie.i bav. t.n
3.4A.a n' r can : acj aa'n a .I-the rTe tSal *< UC'erieai

r I.7ri FiwSfrzuj-fri trt JJivp% / fnm a I'ttT, new er sa eorj n w**iiisc frrn fcr iere-rjnrf as
Dviro dsa M'1Al ft irh irt. !
:\< Avect. ii? 1'1. I have 'a'Ztt the can f t?-fte r :rrx3
s> April 1 per, to # hid: fi* rviitry whici it wej R' /wrtver. That it i* no the tasa.1t.c, b*=. lxjrjl raww. it >a t a p1. tr
I// 'j. last 'ir by J'rrnri'). i'r lijufte**. The p'Jic: at wbirh tfcj"i-f :
Tie :ngi.i at.d French went into Kn ?n- j it certaine'ir.! *<.. 1 : r =.. '. coot3 n *eiee* a eand.ae kte r- ic ot a.* fe, t> Cir=irr> tirc* ta lf. ar=Tj.Th a
tker fcret
a tMr &v'4 S .rz Cvz t J t i,,. .. &fcn 343.J a wek at'aMi..tfire to and burnt three Periap in rce ict of fi-wtce Mexi- s'eed.. twu! vA n&d e.e tame th*Vj cij 4i*. Car it. i! friz** cf ta* ; tp>. That thy I-ec wel t. thi nati. : l3-tozrs are a3 weli. wrtii the err ccra afef rs
j p'> <*< nut w** e rut pf tri c* ia 2
: f). 1 ta= at, i.nd ,is e.ec eLzh' e asis.eonle .
Julian rrxrchaM -vU! there. ( iet 'wii'itz the zicre w.zhr cGn.ader32c.a;
loading -Sii ran* are fcrurAre l in! b.tting no *xrb river it 'J rr* m.t-s axe live TV cf B.net on tt* nrit
!M14. I j a'Te ill>i d t' > riafty wcrtty Dicr t.vdtve ;ea.t apen a c.anre ci eaaae.Wbe?. ? -
4 '4r wrah r+w.l* of that nation 'A the p; jrai. de cie.wb'h.4ee.a.
were near ; f/yr
if ti y iad it ii e'/ piMe thai tieo'iid / free the *Vpp.-el of pnacf 1 by a d.tr=st cf the There Lie be b'3t .5 : eith x.a ta. rrzetwnce 4 inic
) 'T} C'vii! d f.f. $ Ltt'- ted ar.iWu. :t a i'-z' zee-oTeied hr.'s. -
be harbor at the tiu and fri Lfet.edotf.
*<, were L* prr.'iift -fain tie **ksofj :_ t in.trtent taat *s *oczit to t* ceid. we t bca=*. I
pf fcru6cati
titafr.tnt; Ws* j jI
j .. jriA'A IIJ' *; ff ffcit ;x/rt, : ii will learn tbi It1IIZI1 uvJn a a The Cincinati Feamr ietihee I Iyeeeri'
of "i iZea.ss
: by ; cx/nretance, j the c'/r//T-nor > tie idvar.iagu ;I Rr+*U< fttr&sr, Tiat. la ciooa eaatbiite.
yn thirr.prc e ite-s aiv I ft j pec t, CAfrvevi, altboczn at pre-
nth fifc* './m17. thim rtan*. 4.cjtiei: ia O/rrienf-c with I we bocii Ire* ir it ta hi rteeity.then t.- Lie : wh rcern.ett srrreTe eve, R'Grands icF
; v> prof-i -! *ho--ered a land .4t aC..ei with the Lentil.! white &tot c/ Cot. ofriz- !
;L trrwLu4 XtL. H. fktt wLy.h *Ji.-/wt orJdj / opoa ; 'V aai lastly to has aS lity. The fist two cA ties is nariz-.bl. ( c kif't danzt eae'a i
/ ff n. I'/ and lh} Goterbor of tL'j provinc*. favored j.'d! it f riht tLat thc/jki. Dta )!4 C ... ?eitct', R nr-re'J. TL cazip be
!.*> i P/r *- U to J # they I | ieui; taal. we ruy choo; with a vIew to nxe oebnaa.tadm.ktbccehsre
f/f-ign ** A ; tlport. Ptz hi lJui to o to Paratiay. O.rrient f v'&irh of Mita&jn* ; in U E.3 as
*% Tt cf the ratct.n Gm. Tzc
Oa &fttwo the r.ss c
TJ of it' Arn'rkrao rtl On TajUr la the U it V ar. < r Vaitifilly orzuiz i a4 ve-y e&a.t aoare.4te4 r.eeez then proceeded ta tt* \ ; <
yntA&twm:; *4jJ, bj'>r d a d/xjbt} regulate with (,en. IloK : \ selection /dl* at**,whica r nlted ia the Emvat 'tacr a-as re.eireI bse wi 2W
hrr.a.h the appcin-1
lj i r or at III* V rd awJ lb< Arr .fK.an rn ft.Bt I Th. Y'r TeLIr) ri.. h # p1.rtInen: can n'reeaa.j cans veritl hti leek
; $ <&', tLi? the interventionist will hare to ; 'f trvAtaZo-eahict we wU be about the I nnertef the foilcwii?pr : t, J ETet7 ta, ra iea.

4-war Marr'c* and Falnx/uib} and a rnai! kave lh river. Tbi orc jrreocet toaether ? .k f'.wis z.j t i'tr.t : .ch G. Tajkc a i fir:.t oj J- >-me ei.a.et to rr nope<-.o d to SlccUre aid ,''CT J. &l id. JeW* t, uo.a .4 a }? j and Ready' ai the ,i.tcnv il ar
)zt V,1fJ. .It G. A. Diiwcnh e.theri, ta lead =J tlrsczb the warwib racgea ia4 th
1tJi are rrujiing; f<' (bre Tawpico.Manj with tte lire di ci.iUa the Mouat will I ') t 'A VtltuiUrUl thai r er.t &TCOM,jm can&ct eopect 2UV-d Fletcher, "
3 *' in ,, tj: S.7ttTe ?. i-ri, sfrtb T. beccr. S.
f CLaier. C*. Utiie
i .. la/riiiea;! are faring th; ci'> C.r tLt think, in-'ixr'; the ;IxDi'lith ab-i French to tend ;i hstit r't rret at r'.rt H./nvr>. 13 tfce'hea trr- 'i to Lars.3'-b oewt.oateM iad<
i;' if.tArirr. 'Va are now here a in JSMtih j ntry 'A Iryiiana,of wLsJi p<>.t Captain TayLor was | .you.. 2ifa&.try, drw'x.-j; avl arUJery, whtchGe
'Ait othr mmitterit, if they wiUi to MtJe: the i Ta i'/r r.a r&t to take cf Rejrvco, t P. W. White, W. E. Kikrtsu*. TheAr1nT.
s pofvtir
.t fleonldf&irerce tlat the Cattle i* 1 in a fxtAfir UI eoLi.az4, fGr; ir.a w're te.r to :e a I L.Gsnn. 1. m aiicre Amerieazpnbb-bes erx frc ,
affair, &' U//a will not treat wilhtho here. 'i (41tVr! d.r ,'. hib *h>jid, a* taint of the b *. tn a ct.r T bIt M. that t*o beAmy
:1 terco't3on.jra |1 be raiied the root*. TLee ileiicaa f Wily. I. Ferrasoa. a rijizie letter anile; prvbaiJ by tec* one tithe
o& u .rce
'Hiwill hate tend rninisteri
to 40W '
: r new or *'"' litn w nfci .t fw r.dredard '
? jw a ; to bis
| Dr. Lipford, J. Emits, ea the Ko Gn=oe, to fneads in ttil d- ou
rooch laj, the Conprcti of il s na- ) rnin. One or the other i now the on. make fc sy, ha.1 i**n a'fvk! A portv>a e.f tb* l within W trades of this place, and note are expected Jvha G. Scuth. C. C. Kite Frc the fjtiintiz; ?Arz riph, cvr rrkfen zufvrh

,J lion; La4 the firtt rnening fin h< 27 h, .Snor 1'rr.pbit's patly wta I3' .46d t t.e in tbt raigLbr.b4. tr ih'iosht cf. The p ope; of thecoattry with ,
ef itsSVaKeCti M
;ir mean b/ which thi, LusineM can be tet- wh/.a I hUt cnser.ed (favoraht D. Brownies, Jota Greener learn x *crt xic& .xatlaiC
JJJttarnPfjfe (d Jz..Pru4kr't) I 'irs; Ca.t.{ Taylor luti rt iw.re lhaa fifteen or t& the appear the American arrss.aad D. S. Willis. LZKM Grrnrr ire rude eTb* ccopLceat to car linle i*=y a Pri
.; :' U>d I'feI4tt f/f the ttrr.e, arxi it i I. yr1diVred siItn r/n ft for **rvice, .rJ4r.tty! vaited till ( are c' Ljtxr.'.'.* bncjjrz into for sale tvKb John McMillan, M. Morsna. i truly deserved'Ilie wnter says;
muar wen) t.e test < t a t r all with a CorfK.r camp pro
party W. Roflull Jazzes Gibjcn.H. "I id trck with tdain oa &ea I vifvecr Ii
llat} J'arwfc will }bekd l lft and their &,lent hiiit :
viti4& aa era.
I.gti r.eccseines tr *
: i'tr.Mi STOIE.-'I1C fryknc'srrI.or4r'r.t .; t- J the fV.f,
nrn .
rcwsz TO r ifiD them t
> r)5 ain aa little d coateztlite
i iu what
Maur, J. BryaAt. |i )r=:y, i: the Lave&M OI
: ri-4nt; K ihi RpWic.! ; of the J/o !on Alia! hates that a1Jsaa! ,, h* raehty t thmry daj They hare focjht two pitcaed er
are eiea t-icre lazy than coldier but corn, ez. j, .
.: : ;U said that J'rs'4t' will march orcr to I lr. ftilt'ttre, an Italian, ha retired the dit- The ti4is of tLe 'uz en were (cazJ dread. n.ilk anti vcater-c: !on* require tx; !labor. They Charles Gre iry, W. S. Grvzsry. battles aziinst orerwb Iniajr odd, and is ti* !* th.

V Matam'ru the hea/1 of th. I r.utilaed. coi! aiid tiff", 3,4 were b-caLt in Randall h&vn. Alex. GreforV. annihilated the Mexican I rxaoiaed bo<3 th:
at ttron :
a army.
4 trny c'vcry of a method vii hardening even to thecvni.teu'y arA bun'.i.e hvwcrvcr, Li. learned the value cf dice*, and will

t Iat.t \f>t\\tm\ Cf>tnixjvyfrom\ the bvJr r/f, or rather %.d.dity of r/tarble, any e A c'cE.a.ii'-atio'> ',f a threateninz character W3j hey ond ,i* Mon,enply oar pocket of the few pare Scartrottzb. &C.Alley S. Sibley brook, field yesterday.Costa I drawn saw where and their I best skill trsep*,tWGarda ret
were np, nercr fcf
: tr44 c&Iltd Rezer. 'Hie dar fr organised *u&tance. UK i* further sad to ProLttapafly, this and On motion of May Isaac Naihaas.Revolted. get tfcetcete Tb2ve brare cen were lireriUyiJaaIQ

oflhean/iy Ufid ar.a4j! b-4 n'4j i bare exhibited, aovng.t otber .|*cimen oft I i which! iatisev l Capt m T jlor that he wi to b* ar- La Irret3: whole, i*c.f in the the f er.rc.>ymet.t stationed f f the at nct place That the proceedjaz cf this cettrng their tracks by the awful fire cf cor artiEr. lar

r oviri it. ficn. I'riTo will txiy\ th r !J'(* ; *kil! M a worn nTs b ,a'J, wirb the hair par. t.rkad,!.he% Px1iL.kd atc11-th:1y f i.e ira/ie r..r'.hi* pP1'afl.tiws.toa.'ertjin their He 'j Lidlh: We had an alvm here t.e other n4.d.perfect. b* po&Iuhetl in the Journal and Floridiaa. tb. ehai-e the iaJaarrj re- ice&U. Tbe' Fifth i)- ale
g.erwMa am
On motion, the meeting ad/iyjrced. ( actually run them dow thr. backwards
Wencarf inSsrim.Th he it re>*i1te>l in *smoke and ,-ry little of that: it wa any ;zes.
ted awl dre vd hair
( retaining it* fJiiteprvprrti. '/ disfnbj'isjf p/tteea round \+T raari, tivliu C. S. SIBLEY. Chairnun. and forwards, till bat 25 were left cet dV racra

L eu.1rn'm; //f pSUJflf$ c//ntirit and *-* arid rx>Jor, aliho > !i the surface (rorn thoug!) .f ra.-r.aye4 fron a tertre attack of fever, r o.*d by the apj-tarance of.a troop ol of hore be hoverir. olCanaW TiniEsT E. GIBOT, ecrean. I men. The stench frca so tin dead bc.i.ta c1e'

) rrrnain m In word fxttA\'v\ >n.li .- tir LiRiteU ev'.r d: o.ti'n nude that the eaurr- ; aboat the "iinpmentf, >ippo to a part .
.uine.s which it grew rrvml.M} at/iie. There wa I > ; ,aI brigands looking o jt fcr aa opportunity to and Lcrse was intolerable! and I left the ktnb to.me
f 'FIi Guiemm'.n1 ] called! for lhof I g'r.cv re''j rd. A n.eowflr4lne4 ofL *r wa j I Iordere4 Franklin Democratic MectIn.At scene almost sick at heart. Nanben of wvaadei
*< a me tng 3k'* a child'' bea/J, plump and dimpled a* in atedi l, a-id by the fear* o( a illy fellow who mistook

.: ; nirpo procuring rev/urcra, wl.jch 1 biieve life l/ut roldf! acrxi.tranipareret and 'I t'* wlk arr/nad the i&ttrior ftf the f'art d-J- 'J two etcart ar 4 their driven (or an advaacin colnnn !- a meeting of the Democrat ic party of the county horse are yet crawhtuc oa the jroccd. sad ki C* doc
d ringing rir.ij Ci gut ft* *l rn, if the s ritinel!* tooocdj ef earth shew where the "
of Franklin
held in the tl' dead bthed.
city Apalachicc't. on are
: can hardlr: l c ol/aincd, b cauiie th} .> tier like; marble: when ttruck. A piece; of liver.of tfrtld not: *.vl though it was well noderitood that J cf Mexican infantry. It ,howed,"howeier, that Mooday, Jur* 1'j, fur the : r.f dei.tinj dtle1it | SUI
that the watch-word f>r the nieht- A1was Ready purpuM
ii not aLIff to the amount of $00,000 ricbchoc/! the po.t rould not very welIbedei4e4byi's.rnal1 j ; I ,aI.-The U.: S. Caps.4' 1
gjr pay( iu deep, brown color, tome. **-w** not mtapplied! for fi'* minute had hardly lo represent said party in the State Con ectH.n, Frigate Totcmac.

p. inontLl/, atkexl \by the CJo ernmcDt ; curl on Ibbat resembling red granite, and a petrified and to a'irr.n4-r enfeebled while garrinoa he lited., C r-Uia Tatlor* resolved not I -Up*.d after the alarm wa given, before the to be held at Suwa&ttee Sprint;on the 2d Mo&day cf lick, is now ofi the Bar. waiting for dejpatche* hawe>

I he other hand the actual condition of he ***. apjiared a* if it nerer could hare At alx/Mt o'clock J whole raiment wa in line of battle-even the sick IDly next: 1 Coansodore Conner
4. tongue e. 11 at cijrbt the Captain wi* call- j -
The U. S. arrived here 14 et
On nation of Col. R J. Flo d. CaL W. A. KAIN Ship Fabaoath.
I oral! 1taLts i is not such aa to <-i| cci from them milted a *oed M the from rxt.their Year attendants bomb.!and were a however* full of, racaleUto!! the Chair, and C.> X. BALEwisEjr. inz from the Mexican covt. She briocs BCBe*>- G

rtouret learned Duclor that the India< had .ucc#*4eJ i ii firifi the k.wer I tervaat. C Fi the
I ;- any The ftays, that so bIO'kIaOF.e! The waon cf the worst ufferer, havin 'TJ iiedpart wag appointed Secretary : whereupon the Chairman, 1 The U S. Steam Frigate Mis&iwipf i. pt.

cheap u the proctM, that at a very Mnall ex.PCHMJ ection the biilHinz of the cofitain, in the lower cf a picket nrd srationrd abob a cuie d a half in a pertinent speech, explained the object of the hazh, sailed from this port this morning, takiMt at *

?? 1k. X O.JLolcr (?omarcthl. Tim'. property army contrartor, and Scorn the and such storm no meeting.On I maili for the use of tie US.. Sqaadroa IB tie G1 fc' eat
ii our dead liiend* may be turned' into was u M alarm cunp, espoved to a a*
in whch
i ao a* aa pof, a corpMalnd kerelart e"
The U. Gen. left
motion of Dr. Samuel W. & Steamer Taylor
but this outlandish conld! for the Spencer, a commit '
from the Army on I In- ItloOrande tton Thi [proeM throw* entire/] into the Ua men were tioned.. The firing commenced country lost hoar Day-light one thing ct op that lee of ten wa appointed todralt a preamble and resoluttou inz for New Orleans, for the purpose of briaeit are
vpaceof -a
5 hade (he IJgjrptian art of embalming.IrstiDKXT. at both the sides.*4i&e lime tirue, and was actively kept ordered up on city (folks dread l, a* it compel yoa to c** nt cf bed you expmaive of the feelings of the Democratic a draft of seamen for the U-. S. Suj '
Captain Taylor immediately the
,: The cteamer James L. Day, Cpi. (irifnn; welcome on that cicrnm parlv of Franklin county. GazetteJve.C.
rj_ fire bucket It b* ready, water drawn from the well.!! -wa* never so a* -
arrireJ here from Iraws! Sasaigo.t AXVMI ( A correspondent of Whereupon the Chairman appointed the followicg!
te fcrda/, and the fire eitin uuhed. a* at thi* moment it had! and.Miner.
Corps of Sapper*
4.L 0 which port aae left on lie evening of the Jintlaot. Otb the Ht. Louis New Erawriting from the camp not extended very fr. .irriagn. in England.-The number of marriage gentlemen Col. : that tie indicated (
R. J. Floyd Chairman,Dect. S. \V. I Dece 3ity by
of the SL Louis In Ihe Captain'devpatch to Gen.Harrison,h. celebrated! in England in lll was 132,719 ? Spencer. ..
New leant '
Legion Or nay tetter of the ISlh
4. ,opposite William Foster James Grienon. Ed. McCully.John May, quoted
14.11 122,4>5 in the former by the Ctabliahed -
frora debility apprehension or other hi in ; year
causes *
) General Ta/Jor, mth hii; characcri relates the following incident : did tjotobey hi* order with alacrity, and coon men 1 Church IVifM; otherwise 12.210; 5100 men Coupe, P. A. Kain, A. T. Bennett, P. W. CoHen fur the attachment of a ponton

protnpU'tadr, tkill atxl caution, U proceeding Many an amusing Kene has occurred in the fir* reached thettore-rooxn and communicated very loa ar>d 17rT)2 women under age; 42TJ'J men and 6J314 ,- Feter Hobart, who retired for a few moments, and had before attracted the attention
and that various effort had been
i: to take military poaseMion of tlio tarious camp among the recruit at well aa the drill quantity nf wbirtey; the flames ascended to the women signed with mark*. ana their b resolutions!Chairman, which, reported the following preamble to provide for it.* It was tgres .

;v Mexican towns on the Lanka, or in the ricini.I ed." La,t night one of our beat drilled ofliccrt roof anal the men jrave op all for lo L The heavy Wart.-Seven of the American Republic are and pamed by the meeting were: unanimously approved the lith of lat month that an

: I Iof the Uio (*rand Until another opjwrluoit 1 without thinking, especially the ordert fire of rifle* and musketry, the yelling!! of hundreds of now at war, viz:-The Argentine Confederation, UHLHKA. The Democratic party of Florida are cured for the parp and above all the
tavage cream and wailing of Uru lay and Parafruay New Grenada and Ecuador, about to assemble in nominate ted. efficient and Tixcroos nwasuned a ,
t V I I. oflered him b/ the concentration of of the da/ was walking iietl/ Convention to a caniidato -
; ver/ nine
/ or leo vrowa children in' ft>4 fatt, were
and the United State and Mexico. The in the ia of it.-S' O. Sa
war to in the pursuance
the of
State the
.3. the eaetn/'c ibrcea in (uflkieni unmfxr, at over the rear line of the encampment, when enaaugh to hateconfuud the brarett toldier! *. It ra* carried represent
EatUrn France \ me.wereteofiatfirhtip.aidiaWocd'
hemisphere are being on by United -
States: And whereas.That part of the Dem.cratic civil jrar.-At ameeticr in Br
aelccicd b/ thetnejref le was challenged verpromptwho! comes perceived al /, that if (the blockhouse! were burrxs Russia in
some adraotagpou spot, I in Algeria, Georgia, and England in New > party residing within the county of Franklin, '

; for a ataod, (to display bU strategy, and dcre T" Thinking the sentinel very abrupt, down he ('.rtifeationwould, the barrack neat be to d*it troyed., which completely made part( of Zealand. laving mer to appoint aid delegates, do cheerfully I were three enchanters of the sam< -- .

tb bu oldierm hie plan of be officer exclaimed "Thunder and Mart !" tender their aid in the election of any nomination spinitissostmninthosepantatl- 4
gtlltAtr/ operation > had the men in the fort became disheartened, that Bishop Croae, of Illinoii ha addressed a letter

; ; *' la beat calculated! to annoy, blibrae.. whn the iitirifl, boticul/ supposing the out of filler tit kixtecn who were able to fight, two lo the P.uhcp of (Ihe KpiKopal Church throughout made by aid Convention; that, as part of zaid party, until they fftt to Texas vV O. L

1 ting their attention.Malamora officer bad given his own name, replied! !, Ad. of the but and stoutest( toldier jumped the picket the United Stale, complaining that the student of they recommend heartily that approve each and of the Convention be system(fully heard,and The English bar is composed o( ,
and the Theological Seminary in New York every county rieterm. elusive of at a
ranaway. Thi wa a moment which tested the Episcopal 2S sergeants
awl Duudrr ami Mart and Je
*, UariU, now JLC7C'Z are ranc gibe counrtin. iperi'.r <|uilin! r.f r aptais[ Tsylor'n mind. Any are allowed to receive inntroctfon from a s.iepenaied and represented: Therefore 74 qneen's counsel locking the a : a-.,

;.: oun ; Camargo am Monterey will cerainl"f ( > Th officer slped.F m;n Tia> g.t on irr vlhl
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BrUlh Mediation. -. -. I
FLORIDIAN. ---- _. .
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pE Upon the proposed the amendment introdecdby Mr."Wert- thi* came. remarkable in America: -- ---- -- -
the IJU of Letter
aiva o Caledonia from England. cott. It will be in nib hr them lo Tem Important to Cotton Grower
attempt to re- was at :
when 600
it in'the
and the Rchmo T) EMAININO Office at Tallahassee.
w .
soon to which the PO
AJ.E7--- got power '
generally belie sit new win
b Ste soon exer person present, of whom among 1\ have Band 1
"LET 11. red, that the British cise in relation to these 7 prishe. en the lt July, : O
Minister had them the
decided we of the of the
-- Inde Go'erbr of tbeir unrivalled
up suggest that it would be Sate Col Robert 2 Jone*. Charles CO- )
--=:::--- tendering the friendly \oud to cily. oto. Wa
offices of their a saving b
saturdaY, July 4, 18<<6. I country, if claimants of Ashley, Lodowick acknowledged
private sort
settle the
;;;: -: -:;- == difficulties between tn and Mexico. It would indicate every Ash Cpt Charles 2 Jerkins.Zachariah W used tbein to b uvequalcd
I Conge a willingnew to receive From the O.
=:r&RMS OF THC FAORIDIAX--:: was considered certain that they had offered a medi- p in satisfaction of their demand Conge CAMP 1 Dela. Ames,M &J 3 Johnson, Joseph B The material art oft

ation. But this, founded the would then speedily adjust claim, when Orrocrrx MATAMOKAS, June 12. Anders, Margaret A Jones. Col C H for wvrknjawhip they

FLORIDIAN i published every Saturday, at English up statement of ba a semblance of justice. ht'i Messrs. Editors-1 last wrote you from Bro Artrn.Richard Kelly, James 3 improved single Gin

tiPFE rut: DOLLARS per annum. invariably in ad,1ce .ps. turn out but a rumor- Vat quantities of new lands in Tex as, owned by Islands, which place we left on the 20th ult., and Liz Ann Kofan. AJene wi double gin out over 500 1a of clear Cotton per day,
KMT or THREE FIFTY if paid within six months we to,because the Union says"we hearno that State Coming in competition with the lands of marched 10 mile. to La Barreta, passing through a Austin.Mi.Mar Willis to suit the time otie* i in_ proportion. They will Sell

.tioerf subscribing or FOUR DOLLARS if confirmation of it in Mr. Powlea, the United Sttc.will materially affect the sales of I lowly marshy, country interspersed with wit bike Anders, OwE Lingo, D T o ed. Penan *- lower than th ordinary Gin now

of.the thereafter Four copies will be furnished forFrV who is connected with Wahingo. the latter (or some years, unless some such mode There is no timber in this part of the country,except Abney, 2 Urwcomb,ToU C early *deriO Gin wi t pleased. to make
ii DOLLARSAdvertisen inserted at the trading association hating this is adopted. a small bushy wild locust and muskeet wood, and it Barber, Wm 2 apr te aabbn.

A liberal' discount made to yearly advertiser a large interest in Mexico wrote a letter to .Upon the whole, we regard the of the is a remarkable (ac that all kinds of shrubbery hereis Bender Parker Lineb rger, Mrs Nancy \9A'CE A. BTJRN.S.
IS4f. 45
usual! rates.. Lord Aberdeen, stating that the causes of rupturewere have alluded to, a of a mot polic salutary provision tendency covered with thorns. La Barreta is a miserable Byrd Joshua Luice, Perry A St. Mary,Ca.

_ such might removed and among not the least beneficial effects of it dilapidated old Yite containing scarcely! twenty Burrreshill,Charles A Lkeran. Nancy RETREAT.
WO Jli J=n (QF')[ !DL'!. his! interposition between b easily asking will be, the speedy decrease of the Federal Execu old sbante: .'ot a single.buil4ipthaVdaiws. Brpoks, WJutfatf. 2 L"is .. ,, SlIME -- .-
us ; but it is probable that tire patronage, by the abolition of the land the name 0 AM. From La Berretatd Mats BloodC Lee, tel LOWER MINERAL-SPRING.

Celebration, I46. no step was taken towards this intervention. Whether system and 'itb'it the horde of officers present and agents the country high and the soil has the. Burgee,Barzillia Letter, Mississippi W

Tallahassee it will not ofiered after i I appearance of being very fertile. I observed two or Bangs, Wm A Mattoux. David
b longer refection,cannot support. __ _ _ _ three fields] of coton. which looked well and the Blake. Dr Robert W Manes, William
the of
will be usheredinby discharge ar- I !e b known.If $ -
The day I of indicated handsoma
Warehouse appearance cotton a yield Browning Stephen John R

tIleI7. such a mediation were tendered, it would be a A bill has been reported SJ.sem in the Senate to amend and I have no doubt that with proper .ation. RowenMr.Mississippi W Iionel.Mill. n J .e.

10 o'clock, A. M-, a Federal Salute of 13 guns very grave question whether to accept it or not. The the cotton might be grown with eminent success. Mt- Braden. Robert .ibuch
,.t warehouse
system. Mr. Dix,of New York,who amoros a miserable,filthy, dilapidated appearance. Barfield, JamesBarclay McDwilliam Alexander TiE subscriber notify his Irifl.
where ,
at the Capitol, ,immediately after, war is fully Our soldier have presents
fired .ov the his boos .
Iiu be b. has won a high name during this session of Congress, From the irregularity with which it is H G MontfordJebn CmceJme public genr11' now

I roefjsion will be formed under the direction of Col.S. that they lack tb. and courage necessary to and who is certainly a very able man, introduced it aid[ out, the absence cl every thing like cleanlinessor G Manly, John G 2 open for the reception lter to this well known

SIB1.ETMarshat of the Day, and move in the carry it on. The militia of the have displayed with order, I should think that in its palmiest days it Moore, K MMitchell watering place, and tenders his thanks for past favors
S. rOntr a clear, lucid speech, giving the history objects Back lat and strict
summer, by at
order to the Presbyterian Church, where their patriotism in from their labors was a poor apology for a CITY ; but since the battle Billingsby John P Labuzan S lei"t .hope -
J following hasteninf and workings of the system since it was first and the ravages of cannon shot,the complei e destruction Francis James ttntion tf visitrrs. to receive a liberal share of
I the Declaration of Independence will be read by Gen. and homes toward the S't wai. Provision adopted in this country and showing wherein the cf some houses, the partial destruction of great I Caon.&rtras.Mrs Kiiza Mawel., patronage. The waters of the Spring are well
and an Oration delivered b) R. B. is made by Congress for a large ana numbers of still Henr known to possess excellent Medicinal very
THOMAS Baow army a large present law is defective, and needs amendment. of others and the desertion a greater Coleman, Wm J McCaudly Hugh Gualt.
Esq. portion of the volunteers called for is on the march The number by their occupants, who fled before the Calhoun John M Nails, Merium appropriate for various ditiease. The bow .
SJIT system simply provides a place of deposit fur in excellent order fur bathing. tw
OF PROCESSION. lor a twelve months American army render it about unprepossessinga Coleman, Green II Neil. C B Pen wiihin
ORDER campaign. The will .
country goo brought into the country for which no owner place a I ever saw. A great many of the Mexicans CofTman, FrederickCow Norris, James S visit the Spring, would do well to call eaJ!.
Leon Riflemen. sustain the President in the with The subscriber would also remark that his table
prosecuting war appears, or no one appears to pay the duty,or whichare are returning to their homes in Matamoros aid art, Mrs Harriet Nicks, James R
by a detach haste and vigor. All these to be much less afraid of the American than will furi.he with great a variety as any other
Rational and State Standar-F.crte things promise a speedy intended to re-exported. In the latter appear Crowell,Dr. Richard H Oliver, Rhesa b a .
b case, in Hi i i. also with
ment of the Tallahassee Greys. redress of our wrongs and raise hopes in those who they: are of the Mexican army. Gen. Taylor allows Calhoun. D Prlstwo.George L 4 Sable provided a
have they are safely kept until the owner comes, when the Mexicans privilege that they could desire, Crane Wm H jo Ostler, and pl ntr and Fodder for hor
Music.Reverend! large claims upon the Mexican government, the every owel. His terms will be moderate to suit the times.
owner chooses to carry) them to a better market. I many more than they have been accustomed to receive Code, John Pope. CCammeron.Jime >
Clergy.0r2t0r that they will be satisfied-that the justice which D. T. TREZVANT.
By this means our carrying trade is increased. In at the hands(their own rulers: they receive Powell Mr '

and Reader-Escorted- by members of the will not b voluntarily awarded, will be forced at Great Britain, the foreign merchandize deposited in much more for all articles they have to fell, and Cooper James Hamilton Pipkin, Amos S Lower Mineral Spring. E .,May 9, 1846. 42

Committee: of the point of the bayonet. What now,would justifyus I her warehouses higher prices for their labor that they ever did before Cliford. Mrs Mary Ann RpberUen, Jesseman 'IotIct'.
Arrangement. intended
some other market is
,and appear perfectly happy and contented. In Richordj Rev John J
CI\rno of the State and St.t in stopping these operations, withdrawing from estimated at two hundred and fifty millions of dol- my next I will give you all the information I can Crosman. Salathiel Roberts, Emily F OIX months after date, the undersigned will prr. .

Judges of the Circuit Court. the field of war, and disbanding our army ? We be- lars. This, of course, is of great benefit to her commerce obtAn.concerning the army,its prob&ble movements, Copeland R Richardin,1osel O lent his accont and vouchers to the Judge of ,

State Officers.Intendant lieve and trust no mediation will be accepted which and & Yourstrly. S. Devane, C Lafayette 2 Probate of County, as Administrator on the
navigating inttret. I is hoped that the '- Davis estate of Henry T. Copelandand apply for lettrofdismiiwion
does not full ---- S L Redd, David R
and City-Council. ensure u jU.tlce.re are now in a alterations proposed in cpr law will produce a similar An old maid iu Liberty, Wisconsin, 'who would Durham Mr Rile W W B from the Mid "tafr. .

Strangers and Citizens. way to bring a silly and braggart nation to her senses effect. By the present law, there i a draw back wish to be considered a young maid, has hrouht an Farleys James. I Richardson S B WILLIAM C. CAMPBELL Adm'r.

Artillery. and to teach her the dreadful penalty of viola- pf two and a half per cent. of the duty on all goods action far damages against the editor of the village Fair, K II Ruwell,Jesse L. 2 June 13, lS.G.1. -

Seats will reserved for Ladies in the Church. ting and withholding our right The feeling of which are taken from warehouse to,be paper for saying that she was one of the oddest and Fletcher Dr. Lionel Robinson,Henrietta Florida Supreme Court Reports.
b exported
most respectable residents the : Forbes.Rev W E Roach, S J W
After the services in the Church, the procession impunity under which she has so long acted, must to some other foreig market. The alteration pro. (f .lare. Franklin Jos D or(of color) Rivers,A A JlS publihe. and fur sate at this Office,or b

sill b again formed in the same order, and return be taken away, and a sense of the power of vengeful takes away draw-back and allows the Pretty Good-The Boston Post says : .A gentleman Fletcher,Miss Amanda Smith, A J P. A. IIAYWARD.May ,

to the Capitol where it will be dismij>ed. After justice substituted. Any mediation which does not good poe to be taken burst into a violent laugh in church last Sunday Fletcher Christoper Smith, Miss Tabitha o, IS-ti 4-3 lFur.Uur I
out the cf
the Artillcrj will fire National salute of 2runs. render the attainment of these objects certain should upon payment charges. morning and after service explained to his pastor Green, Samuel Smith, Lyman
which, ?
This Cur
'.i give encouragement- to importers to brine I that he vas thinking of the Matamoros Eagle'aaccount Gilmer Ben (of color) Smith, Patrish Sale. 1
be rejected, for we can attain them without it. and their goods here, to hold them in readiness for the of :!e Mexican attack'on Fort Tajlor." iuhlons, Charles Sessions, Jacob 1 Fashionable, Sfa.

The Barbicue will K*(entirety on the Temperance ought to do so. Under all the favorable circumstances best market which offers itself; and if our own ------------ .- Gardiner Col David F Stone.Mr 1 Bureau agla9 rfn the top. I
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(ode: a particular invitation is, then lore extended of our case, the people expect nothing less thana market is o\erstoked. or from other causes is not ago Oni rUARY. Graham Lewis Eleanor Stuart Sturges Mrs Daniel C Itoberson D 1 lad.J(tftn.vtnf red curl maple bedstead with

to the Ladies, who, it is hoped,will grate the board i most honorable termination of the war. What suitable one, then he will be at greater lib Died, in Leon. County, Florida, at his rcsiJenre. Germany, Ann A StuartIsliss F Jane 1 Dozen fashionable Chairs.

with their presence. would they say, if mediation were accepted which erty to save bimel by seeking another. on the 12th of June, after a painful illness of ten Giliud Germany, Wm Sot James E Apply to J. R FORTUNE.

The place selected tor the Bub3uE i is a beautiful finally led to no result but failure ? Time w ill have Another alteration of the law is,to allow goods to days DA VIP FCLKEL, son of Jacob and Mary M Fel-! Grim;Sues ; E VtGtiy Joneiti6. 45p

!hady grove,a short distance West of the City Hotel.Citizens been lost, money wasted, and zeal abated.. -1 the remain in deposit two or three years before they are kel, in the 4kh year of hil age. He was a native of Goodali.Lewis. Solomon Snell Shehee David. Mrs MaryGulliardMissTheodoraCThomas ARRIAGE AND TWO NEW

from the country are respectfully in\ite difficulties of beginning a war, with not much difference sold, instead of nine months a is now the case;and South Carolina, and mo\e to Florida in the year James II W sale at the low price of 13-5.JAR"EE-

attend and join in the celebration of the day.By ,will attend its renewal. will then be necessary Trot J Ry June 6, 18-16. 4ti J. FORTUNE.
to I also, to keep the goods in store until the expiration 1833 ; he was a member of the Methodist Episcopal oley,George S R
order of the to know with certainty that the result will R Wens, Capt J C 2 '
the time
at limited for the deposit before selling Church seventeen years-he sought and obtained religion Hamon. JEFFERSON

COMMITTEE OF AR A be favorable before we yield the advantages we them for the duty which is done Sadler the I Iarniitnn. Alfred- \"esttut, Hamton COUN I''
rEMENTF. bold. now at the end at I at a Cap Meeting at Swamp in hunt. Wm Israel Tax Collector's Sale. .

of sixty days. Orangeburgh Circuit ; he was a strict olJ\en.tr of the hudson. Hamilton WardThomasJHubbard virtue of authority vested in me by law-I ;

Mr. Brteubrurh'( Vindication.. True, it would b infinitely better to settle the rules of the Church-his seat was never vacant without J G Watson Wm P BY expose for sale before the Court House -

We have seen a pamphlet from Mr. B. in reply tote mater peaceably if possible. But, to be lulled into Picture of War. providential hinderancc. He asked a few Holing3worth. Wm Wingate.l.rris. ." W door in Monticello. Jeflerson County on the i I

charges made by the whig paper and whig cor- secure hopes.which will only be hopes for a season The following extract from an interesting letter days before1 he died by one of his "d i if _. :n. larrjeUa\Vipple.. Thomas. James \ First Monday in December n'xt, .
respondents during the canvass last ( In the shiqie and then to find blasted and in published in the N. O. Picayune and dated Point I Class-It'aer. I
.1 thtDI ourselves a hot he loved Jesus ; he replied, yea. He then asked hint I houston: Stephen J Wimberly, Wm R the following property. or t much thereof a will t
o the famous .negro leitnett bill.'e trust it war again, would be worse than to end the matter at Isabel June 2, 1 4r gi'f vivid aid heart-sicken Walker, Mrs M D pay the tax due on said propertyV"jSE4S36.TlR4S4.Econtainiog79.91acM.:
if God should take him off, was he willing to he 1"lt. Wit.s
irfll be extensively circulated and read. Every bone oiice. I is this evil we wish guarded against. ing picture of the horrors of war. The writer is go ; Mary Wynn Benjamin FHarrington \ .
I said he had felt his ricknees. The
truth speaking of the battle-field of Palto Alto to during community Nathaniel Woolen, How til EiSL'4S3eTl-R4S& E, 79.91 I
enquirer after we hesitate not to say will the war can be ended now with satisfaction, twenty- ,
no one has lost tne of its most valuable citizens Hill!, Moses Waal Charles De Lot No 2, S 23, T 2, R N i E t 115 ..
receive it vindication and of will five days after the battle : .
a complete disproval rejoice more than We for
a we wi. are peace he was beloved by all that knew him. He left a wife Heard, James L Williams, &mue C t 3S23T2R4N&E. lot"
th charges made against Mr. B. The style is cour hut peace with a settlement of all difficulties i and .The position of the Mexican lines was pointed Harris, Mrs John Williams, t I. S 26, T 2. R 4,N & E, 44.50
out to me,and we rode over a of the field where and seven chilJnn! to mourn his loss-but their loss .
Irons and gentlemanly', but the reproof bitter and I an honorable peace. part Hand,James J Williams C C t 3SI-1T2R4N&E- 1454&0S5.T2RI4N&.E "
the battle.had raged the hottest They are represented is his eternal gai,. J. F. Caroline Theodore ,"
caustic, will have its proper effect on the public Htndtrol. Young lon
an as having presented a very warlike as well The S. C. Advocate will the above John William I 1S "
We extract the article [ please copy ] Irwin Young, 7.T2.R4.N&E.
B. and his calumniators in following from the New wild
show Mr. and
Bind, and a as picturesque appearance a our troops approached -- --- *,. Persons calling for any of the above letters t 5. S 7. 2. 4. E. 92 :
true light before an intelligent people. We may York Commercial Advertiser a neutrallapt of high them ; their compact lines extending froman Church Meeting. will please sav, they are advertised. t 2S30T2R4N&.F- 12-i"

)fcrreatter republish the document in numbers in the standing. The amendment proposed by Mr. West- amile elevated their point chapparolson their r i ht.abut cz- There be a protracted meeting at Enon July 1, .SO. 5 M NASH P. M.ADVERTISEME t I.S3UT2.R..N&F.. 83"
the road
across wi
and ; lef extending near I 1.S31.T2.R4, N&.E. I 80 .
adopted by the Senate, is of
Floridian. We believe that it will be considered cot great importanceto
entrance to I the Lake ]
a past. Tisite place where Church near radord.commencing on Friday [ : 80 ,

another direct evidence that c honesty is the best policy the States having unsold public lands in tlt'm.and some of their heavy (' opened upon our army, before the fourtn Lrd's day in July, 1346.. Our A Shingle--Read this. 4.S31.T2.R4.S&E.. .. &E. 111.50
in well morals." will, if the bill is passed by the House be of incal- and against which our two 1% pounder were for a 'S t J.s
politics a as ministering brethren are in'.ite to attend. .\"eighbur S'I mkt I see a shingle over your 2.S3IT2.R4.NkE"
cuable benefit to them. It will populate the new time dirfcte. Com inclng e\idence of the ski June 13 1SIG. Sentinel door, with words Boot and She Store. That 1 presume .4 : & 60 .
[ please ]
Apalachicola Arsenal-Florida Defences, &c. State by thousands in a few ,and most of the wilh. our artillery was used against ae. copy. is.to inform the public ofyour occupation and lying on the Lake, joining Moseley,Measra.Dogejett .
lean still perceptible upon that part of the field ; for although invite them to call ? t Vell. and Rouse: said lands were entered by
to give a Ye"
WE aJthorized and you
I has been sgtte by a friend that in our remarks claimants being from the Atlantic cities,Florida ,\i they were permitted to bun their dead and (JCJ-: are requested to announce some few of those who pass along this Charles Williamson,and purporting to belong to him.

last we\we ba done injustice to tho'e in get her share. But, above all, whatever panics and afterwards returned in numbr and spent consider- Capt. SAMUEL SPENCER, of the Jefferson Hussars doubtless notice your sign, and perhaps wi trt.i come Lot No. 1S27T2R4N&.Econtaining 13 .

charge of the Arsenal at Chattahoochee. We had pressures may ensue within the next three 'eas, ble time in that employment counted some thirty a a candidate for Colonel of the Regiment of I and trade with you-perhaps not. But great many t 2S27T2.R4N&.E, ll't. u "
dead bodies stretched out a* they fell, in that immediate other of the said to belong to Vanish Carter,lying Micccaco- "
no such intention. We are well acquainted "i ith these States will have a currency payable at the Land vicinity. Cavalry attached to the Second Brigade, Fla.Militia. people! will traversethe. streets city, on
who not see your sign and tney may in want kie Lake near Wirt'a plantation.
Mr. A.DK.J. now in charge,and believe that ev- Office in thi vcrip. .Some had bren nearly severed in two\>J etnnon < jvn ere autliorierd and r"ete to announce of bot wil or shoes to. You need another< my I S W 4 of Sec P..T.I. R..S fc Econtaining }S.8'

cry thing will b done for its security)' and the preservation balls.; otber had lost a part of the head, both legs WALTER F. LLOYD,of the Tallahassee Guards,as nemhbor. .That's a fact-I did not sig.that acres; EJ.SE4.S 8.T I, R 4, S &E,containing

of the public property which,with the limited From the .\: 1': Commercial.AJvertuer. a shoulder but.or the the hones whole, encased stomach in uniform Of many:was of them lea! candidate (I Major of the Regiment of Cavalry attached before." Go, then and advertise in some good 79.51 acres., entered by Thomas Wright,join 16th
nothing ;
newspaper-tell them where to find boot and Section,and said to belong to the estate of-.Dade.
means at his disposal, can b done to give security French Spoliations and Mr. Westcott'a whilst others had been into mummies, to the Second Brigade, Florida Militia. your
The above
tUMfnrt shoe-store, of what varieties s ou keep for sale, and land to be sold to pay the County taxes
t the U. S. property likewise the safety of our Amendnt and retained the expression countenance which that you will be glad to have them call and examine for 1543. and I and the State and County taxes
It will be noticed the their death agonies had stamped them. One WE authorized and requested to announceP.
by Congressional proceedings upon a
citizens. We take this opportunity to state, that in ( for themselves. Thus instead ot informing those for 1815. :
that the French spoliation bill passed the man who had been shot between the hips with a EROKAW, of the Tallahassee Guards, a I
occasional visits have always been hl l. a only who pass your door,you will inform the whole Also the folowing. to pay the State and County
our we pleas Senate, all the whigs present voting except Mr- large ball, lydouht up as he fell with his handsestended : candidate for Major of I he Regiment of Cavalry attached rwi'ntry aioundyou for a great distance. Then the taxes for 15, : *

with the arrangements a this establishment Mangum. Messrs. Westr-t Ashley, Eagbj.Sturceon fact downward between his knees. to the Second Brigade, Florida Militia. ladies, mechanics, farmers, and even merchants and Let No. in fractional Sec 31. T 2, R 4,N & E.entered ,
greatest care and attention to the security and preservation Niles and ,' demorat'oted fur it. Another whose shoulders and back were shot a- workmen of other towns, will all know where to by Malcolm Gilcl.rist and contains SO acres, rand

of the public property is observed and th The bill directs the appointment of tt.rN commissioners way horror.,seemed Dead to have die iu the act of uttering a cry fjC>" WE are authorized and requested to announceJ. find you and perhaps flock in by hundreds. S by join.D. Jermany'g.plantation.
scattered about in
to ascertain the claims, and the United States were every -
the .
of .
officers are always kind and obiing. The object of assume the payment of them to the amount of five direction, and the buzzards and wild dogs were B. JOHNSON, of the Centreville Greys,as a can a fit single 100' advertisement percent. in a in year.a new .paper. you a may fact,pro my to belong to Henry 3 W. Peebles following, towit lan.: purporting I

our remarks was to call the attention of the authorities millions dollars, we think. An amendment was fattening upon the carrion." didate for Major of the Regiment of Cavalry attached friendand I'll try it before I am Thats a day older. S The N E i. S i N W .j. W jSE4, andSW4.Sec3ntheNW.Sec3lT1SouhofR5 .

at Washington to the necessity of a more ample introduced as the seventh section of the bill, bv Mr. to the Second Brigade Florida Militia. let mechanic take the hint." K.,

Westcott of Funda. which is of very great importance AWFUL CAI A'IT1.. --, -- -- --. every Siblev read the above, I have taken said to contain 213 acres.
the of our and for the - --- -- -- ---- -Having
foce fo protection ctizen as measure of a policy a regards FEARFUL LOSS OF LIFE BY FIE Cotton Gin. Col ,and send }ou for publication the nbjoinednotice. -15 the following lots in the town of Monticel.:

defence on the sea-board necessary thereto. So faras the public domain, which if carried out in The city of Quebec has again been visited with A NEW SIXTY SAW COTTON GIN and WHIP- No,. 16, 1 1, 63 and 66.owner not known.Nos. .

that matter is concerned, we hate stated the other similar cases, will have the effect of placingour another fire, in which although little property was -ii.. PER for sale cheap at the Auction Store of 11. 123, 124, 133, 131, belonging to John F.

troth-but perhaps we have not made out a strong public lands where they} ought to be-in the possession dstrO'e the loss of human life has been fearfully Archer, Tallahassee. Look at This! Tucker.

a case the facts in themselves would justly war- and ownership of individual citizens,insteadof great. ix bodies have ben recovered from July 4.& M JOHN P. DUVAL.Wanted Good accommodations 8 the say SMITH SIMKINS,
a the G\.t'roment. the ruins and others were still missing. ( Kept in plenty at St. Andrews BayIf Shfl. and er officio Tax Col. Jeff. Co.JuneCl'46. .

rut.We Mr. WetCtt. amendment provides, that upon From the Quebec Mercury of Saturday evening.It you should nail me now by who, sir, 46 Cm

repeat, and we sincerely trust our remarksmay the awads commissioner being depoitf has again the Almighty to afflict our already A SITUATION- Tutor in a quiet family. In- I should reply, by CLARK &MERCER-
laid b the authorities at Washington with the Secretary of State, the ple.e Btrurfion wiffbe given in Elementary Leather.
properly -
b foe Inlih. TT: have opened at this mart of health
that the Arsenal is of Treasury shall issue land scrip or certifcte to each Last chatened ciy. fire broke in Chemistry Botany, A.C., and in Latin, V \JHO great a Harness, and Sole Leather Oktanne.
Apalachicola great claimant in sums of not less than dollars night, at 1 o'cok. a out the ftlcnalc. if desired. For information, address BOARDING. HOUSE where good suplie BAND for sale trpr M. J

importance to the portion of Georgia; Alabama and which shall b received in payment of public Theatre Royal street(formerly the riding Grek R. N. R-, Mont icello. will be constantly koftt for man and horse 8 4G tf L
school the close of Mr. Harrison's exhibition Ij6
,! at such in flaming
lands either sale advtrtiments are usually -
Florida bordering on the Chattahoochee, and shouldbe public or private entry, at any July 4, 1540. 50( 3t* emblshe
I of the land of the United State These certificates his chemical diorat. From the information we words of praise, we shall generous
properly protected. A better selection for such are ofcI assignable, but do not bear inter. have been able to glean, a cauphine lamp was over Notice. public to come and spend the summer, NCW BOOKS.A

a depot could not b found i in a the country. The eat. This 'policy will be highly beneficial to the set,'from some cause cr other and the stage became month after date I shall ac- Where every prospect pI rases. LISON'S Mi'elanie.complete price f I.
present .
works have been erected at very great and new States where there are large quantities] of enveloped in flames. SIX and vouchers to the Hon. James M. Gil- Heath flows upon the breezes. XWilson's $1.Parrufs
expn put house had been densely crowded, but some fish and plenty.Mix'd Journey to Ararat, *
lie lands unsold. The holders of the oysters
Te the :
are entirely sufficient for the purposes scrip a christ, Judge of Probate for County of Gadsden Remarkable Criminal Trial. -
left before the accident. with other
they were designed-consequently, it would be unwarrantable bear no intret, will seek the earliest opportunity) A fortunately rush was at once made for the staircase leading and pray for a Sal discharge from the Administration dntv. & D'Aubigne's history of the Reformation, ... t
those who wish
to to
dispose to purchase pub of the of Archibald Smith, Sr., late of MERCE.St. I
on the the government to from the boxes, by those who in the excitement of estte June 19.21 Wainwriaht's Family Pravers. -
part o neglect lic lands, or they will purchase e the lands themselves. dertased.WILLOUGHBY. \nlrt"\s.lst -
them in such manner, and leave them exposed We should not be surprised if the whole $. .OO the moment forgot the other PoiSae of egress. sid county S. GREGORY, Adm>. Received.-- The Lntt Fast Double witness of the Ch rch.Tuppr's .
In an incredibly short the whole of .ust Philosophy,
t more than one enemy..e rept. better, fa appropriate by first the year bill after was the paid commission into the is Treasury closed. the interior of the building space was enveloped in one -Quincy. Julv 1. Ibt;._5O_Om_ 6 COPIE ATIl"S YIGIL. Practical Surgery. Dwt'on Chidren.

better would it b to remove a to For lad.course there will be competition among the sheet of flame; the acwly erected platform coveringthe TIlES! 'AXES! Wandering Jew iustrate. ,

ou enemies out of the wav. claimants to obtain the best lands by the first entries. pit and communicating at each end with the Third and Last Notice. 6" Masonic Chart, Young Duke, FaoritP. Jcsiie's Flirtations,

We likewise insisted, and we &i insist, on the Some believe that there will not be enough paid into stand and bxe., favored the progress of the flames. TWILL Tax-Cltbr'l attenc at the Court House in the city of 6Levizac's Calhoufvs, Life and French Speeches Grammar Rnsme Bride Lady of the Gulph. Guardsmen t
this article ,
The of the earlieston
was one Tbre Mousuetair. asexual r
propriety and necessity of the government placing the Treaur fo public lands during that year, to the spot and present at the closing moment of X Tallahassee,.eon County, in person or by depu. Pocket Dictionaries, for sale by G Percival totheTe Kehf. JT:
defray expenses of survey, salaries of land officers ty, avERT DAY. until the first day of August next, June 27, 181G. 49 P. A. HAYWARD. Leon de *
within Fpecurian
the control tif our Executive a portion, at the hapless beings who perished from their over exertion Cavalier More's A .
To the citizens of the States this
new ,
& instead of three days the law requires, for the
least, of f tie arms deposited the Arsenal. We u. policy be very important. A great obstacle to escape. ofgivirgthose a who arc backward in payingup Horse for Sale. The complete Florist, or manual of Gardening, ; !
a purpose Pictorial Bible Nos.
The staircase communicating with the was 52, for subscribers. t !
wt this right even in tha of the decision that with the frontier tettlers has always been the ob. box their taxes fir this year a sufficient time by notice subscriber has a valuable family! t
a one, and we are of that it had fallen THE !
taming of funds to enter their This steep opinion .ifler that obligation for sale SCHOOL HOOKS, Ac. i;
th* Territory of Florida has already drawn more specie lnd. from the weight of those ho crowded it. At to do so. my compels me ,perfectly sound works
thin is in scrip will obviate that difficulty and specie will least such at the moment.upon to enforce the law to make my collection in time to _ _wel. kindly in double and single harness, Anthon's Virgi. Clark's Cesar, PlayfaiV Euclid I
her the State our opinion
of and that arrears was
quota arms
be left where the of the i is. in the to
capital country One foot between the hapless crowd settle with the iroper department as (contemplated. and u.ate any person to dn\e. Apply to Keys AlsebraSwiftrhilosophy.lstpart.
to the General Government to a large amount, Atlantic cities. It will afford immigrants a safe and and was and interposed that we, with five or six A. A. 1'ISHE. June :7. bt6. 41) J. R. FORTUNE.Jrflcrsoii Eclectic Renders No. l,2,3Walker's Dictionary, jf

because of Territorial indebtedness. We adnut a easy mode of transporting their fund to the Western others eternity, stood;, the on fierce space flames playing around us, Shriffand (:officio 7'i ,, Circuit Court. Smith' Arithmetic, Copy Books, Wring Pac--

IURW de&ut wUU a Territory,but that has accrued country ; they will leave the specie they brine from .ud the dense smoke repelling all efforts to extri Julv I, IMG. 59TALLAHASSEE __ T___ WO'" ,ment.'Slates, Green fluro Paper for Curs -
Europe at IVew York and take IB lieu thereof. land T. 1 -
almost entirely through tie mal-practice or ignorance scrip. cate.As fonhard Loeb, ) defendant and all persons JiTst;; received ntr tri 'Lcitfine,ana for saie oy

of the immediate agents of the General Government The continuance of the United State as a landed far back a we could there\as a sea of hel. V.'. > THE ( are hereby noti- May 23. ISIG.: .44 P. HAYWARD.. if

proprietor ia by the citizens of the new of writhing bodies and out-stretched arms. J-o Miller. > of the of the petition
and we deny the nebt of the Governmentto deprecated there none bu.tfew moan escaped the Chare ted fling
almctt universally. The lands by the teat ; tom.At of in cause, and theyare i 1836.
charge this delinquency against the State Govern- State owne I the extreme end in view there were mrrtgf the it I 5
several to !same
Stale to
are not subject an required to plea any
Uttnt o Florida. Ferret out these abuses, and web Unit for five year after their alienation. and resigned ; persons,who from the funeral veil of plea they have,according to The mortgage ia on T70UR BARRrL MONONGAHELA WHSKE t

not the removed from the Those obtained bv the treaties of France and Spainare smoke which gradually enshrouded them appeared side| real property ,situate north of Monticelo.and knownas J? WiDheter. Virgnia. distillation,( tl
rpnibilit il b into By our was
calmly to drop eternallep. in addition to date warranted by an ever before
SUte however to taxation as '(on.sold.- aban lots Nos. three and four, }
authoibM. While land are owned by the United Sate. all the one brote striving : another but : the townof Monticello, and 'a made to secure the brought to this market. For sale bySTARR.
But even admitting; tb Territorial authority to burthen of making the roads and building bridges, was unavoidable. One poor creature his at our r-ajmcntof f66D 23-100 and intpret. LLOYD &FLAGG. :

liars overdrawn .and that.the State is responsible which enhaice their value,has generally to be bore fet oflered his entirely worldly wealth for rescue McCANTS i SrECER. May 9,1S46. 42
of the face before
the us
we ask, it it magnanimous on the part of the General by the settler contiguous thereto. It is obvious that ; expression GUARDS. June 27, 1916. 49 Aty' Plt'l
can never be effaced from our memory. TUST received, >*r Brig two dozen NoJ -
Gv eminent to withhold from our citizens the use of the policy proposed by Mr. Westcott and adopted in The flames at the time were and around us; JUNE 23, 181G. A i F.rline. Coral 4
this bill will occasion vast accession of emigrationto aO'.o PUOCLAlATION. 1 Gold Pens, with silver case and Dci;
tie Decenary means'of defence while the country i.at is the Western and South a Western States within the but human aid was of no avail; ,' minutes from conformity with the ordtr of his Excellency.. Beads Necklaces and Armlets, for ale bY

war, our citizen greatly exposed, without Pre%. next five years.. Such being its effect, it will doubtless the time of which we make mention,the mass of human IN D./Moseley,Governor and Commander- May 23, 18-1G. 44 P. A. HAYWARD.
who had but a short interval previous
beings in-Chief of Florida an election is hereby ordered to
eat means,while thousands of th mtnitioQ of w receive the support of the Representative of been in the enjoyment of a full and active life,were of N
these State in the House, and it ia anticipated that be held on Saturday, the I I'-th day July ensuing oace.
are. furf ra our midst? We tt the adminis- the exposed to our view a mass of calcined bone at the store of Starr, Lloyd &Flagg. in the city of months after date. s t apply to the Hon.

ie a wore plcy. Such It bi wi that pa.the claimants for Mexican spoliation Up to \\omjorty-tixbodieihaeebeenreun-- Talahal. fo one Coloe. me Lieutenant Colo SIX of Probate of Washington County for ettlcmcnt -

wee (or. At 4th (-*ut in ni expressed a willingness to accept a simi- eredfrom the ri1'low Mot of life of than them in have the two been dread recognize (, ad Major of Regiment of Cavalry, and discharge on the estate of John Fcit, .
; a greater 2d Brigade Florida Militia. deceased late of eourttv.
admin- lar mode of Payment for their lid .
tecomej the policy of tw JCo one who watched cam. of events can conflagrations of last summer. The election will b held under the superintendence BY WM. D. MOSELEY SlAJL I.ANS Adm'r.
(. Florida at least the liberalityGovernment cr wailing pervades the city. Scarcely a street of Lt. Serg'ts. Flagg and Maxwell. Florida. 30 _
but his etc to the fact that the rapidly increasing S shutter the Maxel. G eo.f the State of M: 22. [ ] l& 6' __
the )
traversed in which or and
tnay yet b oblig strength i in Congress of the new Western and SouthWestern hanging b crape does not betoRen a sudden bereaseme The pola o'dock opene. at By 10 o'cok. .m : It has been made know to me that notice.
a, to ask extended to States,will cause in a few years the cession Fathers sisters, children of both sexes, in-, a p. within theSec6nd Brigade a sufficient
little of the public domain to the Star respectively in Woe ha fallenupon Capt. number of Cavalry to farm independent web after dtellhal applY to the UO. S '
a lamentation. companies a SIX
.> oltby itzne mean dulge in the deepest F. H. FLAGG, Orderly Sergeant. o the of Jefferson .
which it i situate. ThoM to several
are thaOTie
State of and companies -
p deteine thus regiment & Poble unt
who suddentyandawfuly o
for those were "
lion. : thee of dec and will many, June 27. 1846. 49 Cavar "tie non,
Pl have the land, they soon power summoned into the of their Crealo. desire to : leten
t. of our worthy EetiyeiY I to take them. The liberal apptopriations of land presence For Sale Ordered, That an election be held orsjhe etate Everett White late of said Omtj -

.r.5 ja to PUT tea-ports arm our mad to Michigan and Mississippi, the bill which The theatre and stables adjoining, we should add, ,j hANDSOME is. by It.thio companies on the 18th day of July deceased. < THEOPHILUS'BEATTY.Jeflerson .
:'L-. a the Senate this session, npon the alter BRAs'MOt next, at the parade ground of each of said companies County, May 16,1840. 43 6t
.11 underwrite will 1 burnt to
they b well nate section policy, for aiding internal improYfmenl were ruins are gon.Te and. in the time ofLnon's kA BUGGY. ,with fo field officers of said Regiment ; and it is

uion require. are bat and Mr. Calhoun't Mem- atil amokin plies and fro b'r by further ordered that a commissioned officer and twonnncommissioned Notc.
'.. eteing'weg.* will, upon this subject great p1 the,calamity to different t of r..A.: HAYWAR.Ta1h I officers, from each of said com SIX month afterdate. present rny Al
: 'eningAtlaainspeskiugofthe phi sustained by Congress. The old fro ale parts ,June 20.16.1. shall act a* of the:said and vouchers a the .odmiltnttf.o
b the ghastly load of remains. p. laiC. inspectors etedin.
dlub M city conveying, chae
it Josiah Woodard deceased,and apply the.HOr-
all of return of ,
Sc- and forever regard prospect and shall without delay,
etwten G a. Scot and the may once followed by weeping relatives and gaping Porter nod Claret. mak' .
benefit from tbe* land*;except of the election each to the CoemnanderinChief. able Jnde of Probate of Madison County Co Jte
deriving .provide dread precinct -
r" We expect soon see in any crowd which ever attend such scene/ CASKS LONDON PORTER, a the Administrator or aid .
0 \ t this bill m* forever extingoiihed-. of 4 Claret received and for sale WM. D. MOSELEY, di.mision a .'
", *. adv < ement- WAJCTOV/OTV 3 of Florida. WAD.
)' act wisely, they wi seek a a early period tion whenthere areonly few door* for Mting .STARR. LLOYD &FLAt:G. Governor .S \

S ':./ .I fajj: ? eel man, warranted to have as mnch of 8 possible IPlropnte vL itnrs. Many' rlpl"raMe accidents have occurred I April is; 110. 3& June2fllte.IG 4-% 3t NadianCoonlyMay23l4& 4' .-r
to the common debts "f the Government

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} .\> 5 w4 f lA L'nton Bank g IX months after date, I shall present my *c3 JL ment cf CLOTHS, C.4SSLMERS.VEST. above prepaitioafctWctm.
I counts and vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate INGS, which they are prepared to maaolacture' in It has Yft1 cu.
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J! VjT supply hit friends and the public Thcuj, deceased and aj:'plv for letters of dismission; KE1DY MADE CIOTH1JC can be preparations given with free the bet
,) with articles of CABINET FURI LEE & BREWSTER perfect safety to a c1
: any from sail administration. W. S. THEUS.May cl..
.1 i' it I NTrURE. tiade np in a style not to be 30, I 1) 45 emotlce. 41 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK. (made up by ourselves)in the latest style,consisting age with; DOT it,or is after it necessary it,as it to operates gus say 0C)tditb
.eo surred by any the Stat. in part of upon the
TIllS STOCK of PRINTED CALICOES, nearly carrying away the Worms and
and at price corresponding with the WIEXKER the
Dress and Bu Coats
Frock Jness :
credit, of
cab secretions
for and short
unhealthy at the
all purchased
recently tini.
: times. Bureau,Sofas.Table* of Tirioni kin- Set : months after date I hall present my accounts this method to inform the public that heX Colored Frock and Dress Coat. same
SIX AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, are offered rpAKES Black and Cloth A trial 0f it, ux fAw, mil sire .
.tees, Wardrobe, Ch>Ii<, and every description anJ voucher as executor cf the lat will and has removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Cloaks and Overcoats Tweed,Saxa Gctba It *titf eti ,.
., S. : style of Furniture ma-le to order cr repaired at the t<*!anent of Richard G Wellfcrd. deceased, to the at from building formerly occupied by Starr& Co.,next dooito and Beaver Bus.Coals& SurtouU. our any confidence tme. may in it not, that cure eveiy ease, bat d *

4 .hottest noUc _J.Ie is al5o prepared to contract f<.r MonaTiilc James,.EBrooine. Jud e of Probate tLfon .at s4ii.1jO 6_Cents Per-Araro Peck's Tin Manufactory, m the rear 01 which he its in we are wiflJug to tra
I the building oT Hoo.". and such other work a* Ii Co'uity, aDd more for a discharge is such 1 LoWER TILf.THE PRICES OF JtPRJL.Purchasers intends to carry on the business cf a CABINETMAKERUNDERTAKERandUPHOLSTEREl Plain and Fancy Vests, be benefiting every instance. CT the 1roODt19il1
... generally done by bouse carpenters. His prices in editor as testamentary guardian appointed by said and Black and figured Satin.Silk, Cashmere Valencia, ref'uOOed.CERTIFICA
., this department will be such as to induce these d.- i- will. CHARLES S. SWLEY.by IJ- are guaranteed the prices-and i to execute orders in either and Silk Vtlvet. .
feels well prepared any 'Dr::
rioui of building: to sire him employ while the that
child bas been sick
r ity of his work, i if it does not turpats, will at leut "- Catalogue (renewed and corrected daily)) lie is provided witb the best materials (* the for SOBM time. Not b
A'otice. in the hands ofbuyerand ALSO-A VERY LARGE ASSORTXEXT OF ing what was the matter with it.
f equal. any work done in this city. '.ing the prices-are placed manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture, ? we hadprett! 1
S r- To the citizen cf Tallahassee. and rJrrO'u.dlrtZ C 4 IX months after date I will preset my accounts sent with good ordered. such aj Secretaries, Bureau, Tables, Bedsteads, Cotton& Linen Shirts, Cotton,Nett, Merino, given up doing any thing for it; howevrr._ ?
country, he would return his rno't hearty thanks for K3 and vouchers,and make application to the Hon June, l"KJ. 46 ly_ Chairs, &c.. &c.. in the neatest and most perfect Collars. Lambs.wool, Canton resort, we concluded to try sd&e of jour IT

the patronage he ha heretofore received, and trust J.idesf Prcbate of GiJden County f JT letters of' Notice.IX style. lie will also repair any description of (urni. Stocks and made Flannel and : Spec fie, thinking it probably might be W rnu S
that he inav continue to give satisfaction, and enj-jj ,J.fmif..ir.n as administrator on the estate ct Dazitl Cravats, JeansUnderhirtsandGloves had reduced it so much-aceordinrly we cocaeitrlj

their confidence and favor. 4.. South,d Fe'u2rv2c,113. 2' ly H. DAVIS, Adm'r. ?3l (Utrator of JoIst: Shaw deceased, late of Leon He Tallahassee return for the grateful liberal he has 1- Ibnd.chieff.lilk, cam Half hose rightly named,) when, utanishieg u teUiteo!

Miy 1.1.h l't'. 43 (m Couity, "ill hrent his final account and voucher and patronage solicit continuance* bric, Jtc.Suspenders. Hats and Caps, menced passing Worms and cootiooed doing sot
HOEHQJ3.W" of Probate for Leon ready received, respectfully a *
LAW hlonorahle several until it had
-- to the Judge couaty day, passed more taaa
Boots and Shoes, &c. tIN 1111I-
Xc lice.Cj of their favors he himself to give satisfaction
all pledges -
ILL!AM II- BROCKENBROUGH AUGUSTUS and ask for a di huge from said administration. dred some of them a foot or more in J leerth
MAXWELL.. will practice in part. 4 IX months after die I shall present my final LEVI CARLTON. to all who may give him their orders both in ETfry requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobe twisted and knotted together i in Lard ball,,.
nership. They will attend the counties the Middle a 3 account ar d vouchers to tbe ion.Jodeof! Pro- I.en County May 31 1 gl'_ ,1. 45 tic price and quality cf his work. can be found at their establishment on the most reasonable they could not be separated without cuttint tbt

District of Florida. Jackwa and Franklin OUR Hate in arid for the County cf JefTcrson and apply Jaaufry 10, HIC. 2i terms. Our stock will be replenished by the apart. Knowing that a Worm Medicine, *, vu v.as .

ti. in th
Thomas Georia. The Court Appeals of Fl Circuit Court of the United ROBERT C. HURST.Jefferson Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum, who remain North this certificate, that all
( ani the Di'tnet and TilE ST1LLMAN. will daring the so may hew -k.
43 t 5mPolice. Medicines, Paints Oils, Williamsburg,would inform the public of the
States at Tallahassee. Couritv May Itt, 1S40. i winter for that Dumose. We flatter ourselves bv to find a medicine that can be relied i naJOSEPH
Toiltt if. Window Class Southern States that, by a recent law cf the Legislature -
R r'E CE: Irtifles Ptrfnmci7: such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY SHIFPEY
WM. II. BROCKENBROUGHTa11ahasec. l ,they are empoweredto receive insane patients, FOR CASH, we shall be enabled to sell Columbus,July 29, 1S45.REMASKABLX .
rnonihsafter date I hall present to the Hon. paying board from other States. This is the oldest ,
SIX other establishment in the All
tf c e of Probate for Jefferson County, my final Apothecaries' GIus Ware, Ac Institution of the kind in the Union having been any
April 19. l Stf33 in want of i invited CTTHr OT TENts,OE
persons clothing are respectfully TAPE W01M
and uchers Administratrix of Jeremiah the Colonial Government in and
account founded 17G9
fTMIEabote constantly: on hind,and for sale at the by ;
Cnrxm and Pork. I rew, late of said County. deceased; and shall then JL lowest market prices. is,from its location best adapted(or Southerners being to call and examine and judge for themselves. I This Is to certify.that 1 have nsd*use of Dr.WruW. j.
S IDES, Shoulders, Hams and Prime Pork;ju and for sale bvSTARR Monroe street, next door to Starr Ac Flagg. with the happiest effect. In one case it
trix. RACHAEL DREW. \Lao.in store a great variety ol articles for family from the enervating heat of the South. Its curative t.CM
LLOYD & FLAGG. Jefferson County, April 11 I. '-;. 3'J Cm ue, Pickle; Olives: doers, Macaroni Vercucella cavity is cf the-highest order: nine out of ten November J. S45. 15 tf I away immediately: some fifty H'emi ef t1. l
April t", IRK TO if received within the first six months called\.fearife-bnt it, most remarkable effegt ,
_ Currant Jelly, Ohio Oil Citron, Prcaes Almonds t cases recover SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. *
\olice.OIX .
M. D.PAPY Ruse and Peach Waters SJX.IEI Candles 4.C. cf the disease. It is easy of access,as steamers daily exhibited in another case, a girl cf rather deb rr.orth" alter date I ball apply l to the lion. top at a wharf not far from the Asylum. The modern rriHE subscribers take pleasure in informing the I I health, who camplabed pretty constantly cf Inabdomen.
;' S :LT .L' &LW O Ju&ie cf Probatefor Jefiirson County for letters AX ASSORTMENT or treatment, upon the non-restraint system, is in JL citizens of Tallahassee, and the surrounding Being satisfied that the had been frovle
of ditni sion .\dminiEtr tor of Edmund late SSEB3 that hare received the last with Worms of K>me kind,we admcbtered: the"&.
Practice in all the Courts in the MiJJ> u Gray, GASDEH icccssful operation. The apartments admit of classification country, they just by arrivals -
0 WILL ,.f siid Count deceanH. from New York cf cific, and to our astonishment, it brought from tina
S : Office on tbe first floor rf the Capitol : Growth of HIS. cf paticnU according to their state of mind a splendid assortment
GEORGE 1%'. STANDLEY.Jeffer Fashionable and Goods. And ntanlrr ef fittt ef Tape Warm; from two
V.! and also a complete division of the classes cf society. Fancy Staple Dry tit
South win th November hSi 15
room formerly occupied bj
", c.ftbe? on County January 10, 1'4. 2." inJVoticc. The fare i i excellent and the board $4 per week. they will be constantly receiving from New York :six or eight inches in length Since that time,\n
Sacretarv TVrntorv. Notice. We have neat d-roums, a parlor tastefully furnished and New Orleans 1 (selected by the first houses in the health has considerably improved; and I hut ie
November 15,1S45. 17
It LL person indebted to the isate of Robert I with curtains,carpet,sof|,centre.tableottomans, above places with the greatest care and attention,, doubt but that the Medicine has relieved her ef tht
"' JOSEPH JlR", Clr. L. o*e. BXA.NCH.J. SIX months after date we will present our final: .tl. Hurnphrieslate cf Lcoa ,deceased, will mirrors, books and a piano: airy verandahs for summer particularly for this market) all seasonable goods in much to be dreaded Worm. The Specific* it
& L. BKAXCII <- .unt and: voucher as tbe aJmicistrators of make immediate payment to the sibscriber; and retreats ; an extensive enclosure for evening the above line which they offer low (or cash, at high repute in this place,and is without doubt a nl-

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Flr-bert* Y. WeIIfrd.dec.ed.aid apply to the Hon.uize those haring claims against said e*>Ut.,must present ratr.blej; a carriage for morning and evening rides; their store in Tallahassee or fonli elc. uable remedy for \\\.

TALL AH"!'JE. LomrDA. of TrtUite fw Leon County lor letters of di- them for payment to the AdriinistriCor within the a reading room furnished with books and newspapers L. & II. GREENBERG t CO. JOHN J. LITTLE.
com ction with the Southern Life !ien. I:sQD a.c aiciir.i>trator of nd estate. time re-juircdbj law.or they will be birred ofrecove. ; and moreover various means cf amusement. March 21. lE-a 3. *> Whitevilk, Harris Co..Ga.,Jan. 10, IS45.

C THEIR & Trot Conpany hariij entirely ci' CHARLES S. SIBLEY 7 AC:3. .rs f'R.. T. BIRCH ETT, AtoinUtralor. A Chaplain resides in the building and preaches to Tax Collector's Notice.T .
they will hereafter give their attention nC 1:2.t"t"*i'l J. CARAWAY SMITH j Tallahassee May '.>, 1SI Jo. 42 2m the patients every Sabbath. Letters of inquiry should DR. WOODRUFFSDYSENTERY
to their rr..r>il0n. .s i-l .-S. W4.. OnAolice. be directed to Dr. JOHN M. GALT Physician and HAVE this day levied upon the following lots or
4 Last Notice. JL tracts of land The nrth half cf the CORDIAL.I
They will atter d the Saprene CVrcrt of the State, Superintendent of the Eastern Asylum, Williamsbure : west north
and each of the CxMirt for tLe Middle Circc.t.; ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry J. Virginia.March east quarter and the north east half cf the north For Diarrhea, Dymiaryt Cholera JUbrfa
nocth* afterdate, I sbail r resent to the west Section
twenty-one. Township three
lon d late of Leva
March 7. t-n. 3.1 SIX ires deceased County, are M, 1S40. 34 eowlOw Cholera
e of Pro. for Jefferson.County my fnJ herd> notified that pajncntinuit be made without Range three, containing one hundred and sixty acres Infantwn SITIKSUT

JOHN FIISUIE.ATTORNEY accowEt'and as Execs'or of delaj "to S. S. SIBLEY Agent as uc fcirther indul- of land more cr less,and tc be sold before the Court Complaint of Children.
AT LAW lVo''d: ?.Late cf aid nnty. deceased, and shall then eence can be granted. WILLIAM H. WARD House door, in the town of Quincy.cn the first Monday

S Q.nhxT Florida.TTTILL .' irpl.* fcr lettfrscf dissiysifn as such Esecator. WESLEY MANNING, Adm'r. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GL ER.\L'\GEXT. I in July, IS 1C, for the County taxes due Gadsden From lion. H. W. HHtterd:, late U. S. aitt6

; atter. the Jt '' Cocns of GM..! JI BENJAMIN MANNING.I February 2'5, I"16. 52 City of Washington D. C. County for the years 1 S-I3. 15-11 and 1945 and costs, at Btlgitm.HOTSX .

\Y C.jasty the Cireri Crt( Middle j Floridaaai Jefer-n Cour.ty, March '. 1 fii. 33 Gm T) ESPECTFULLY announces that he will attend the property of Malcom Gilcbrist.__ __ U or Rna rE TATrvrs,>

the Coort b the ad.acest Cntiei d rn--'na. Police. NEW SPRING GOODS! I\ to the prosecution of Claims before tIre several JAMkS A. tlcIILL.\l'i, Washington, D. C.,April 1, S45. I
NeSt22.1t3. IS tfNo. F.xecutive Departments of the Government and Quincy. Dec. 29,1S4524 Co. Tax Collector. Dr. Woodruff: My dear Sir: A few days sinaI
r- tae! Co '!. ..7 C'>uit a3j: v the Administrator ef SamScw.t. J. R. FORTUNE claims aeaint the United States for Lands or Money, Laws of Florida. the Ccrdial which you were good cncaji t.
4 J'xbrs send
1 now receiving per brig Republic, and daily expecting *.o the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims be- me. MT friend Col. Seaborn Janet, w tM
'J .deceased, and apply: the Hon. Judge of: FEW Laws of Florid late
IS copies Pamphlet
line of it the remainder
: :i: L2 Peconic from New York A part ; 1 nave laid aside kr
; ; Prot-ate "f Jefiers'3 Count If r letters cf disiai. ion |tier brig a large fore Commissioners und.r Indian or other Treat Session, *or sale by use whtn I need it.
COMMISSIOH MERCHANT tLe Adniniitrator said md well selected assortment cf F.'CAD STAPLE to Pre-emption and other Land Claims, and to the may
cf .
u Marrh 21, 15-10. P. A. HAYWARDStale
rat. On the other 1 have added
DRY GOODS, suitable fur tie and Summer pace a statement
4. Frort Levee, ALEXANDER Spring procuring of Land Patent, to Pensions in the Army ]
1 I \EW-QlLE.\. La. Jefferson rfuntrri12 biG.t. ') SOT. trade corujstin m part of las fi..! winlj: and Navy, or business connected therewith, to the Tax-Collector's Sale. appreciation" cf it as a Medicine.

i TiriLL attend tr. BUYING. SELLING RECEIV ; Fancy Prints, ,Paris *ade Robes, obtaining of Patent for scientific i or useful Invention virtue cf the power vested in me by law,I shall do not Having hesitate used the Cordial it of Dr. II. Woodrt&I

VV ING aad FORWARDING with I'rvfrli'tr* a Notice. White Linen Drill :rrtnch Bareges, *, and to all other business of a public nature re BY expose for sale, before the Court Hauie door in icine. Indeed to for pronounce such affections arnost valoablslM- .
months after date we shall present our ac. I fown" ,Satins tripe iLebcv&u
aM despatch.November SIX qnirinz an Azent. the city of Tallahassee, county cf Leon,
." unt curn'rt and vouchers to the lion. Judge Figured Bansly :'Oradured Robes Claims aaaint individuals promptly attended to, we sometimes suffer with in the South, I know aoti- .
S ?. IS 15. of Probste for JcfTeron Couit*. and then apply for C Cottonailes (Lama titles investigated, &.c. On the first Monday in August next, in; at aU equal to it." .

Dr. JXO. G. GAMBLE, .Jr., letters of di-rnission as citrufor and executrix cf York Mixtures, 5 Wh't).Muslin Information jji\en free cf d.uge.11!! letters to the following property, or so much thereof as will HENRY W. H1LUABD.

1 his Professional Service toth rc.tL/n! Jfh M. ,,'hite.lte d said Courtly derea-ied. Gambroon Nankin, .
t OFFERS eeaT'ld its vicinity.NOT. THEOPHILUS BEATTY, Cottun" ; mi"S .1 IS. 143. V71f ELLEN A. BEA1TY. London Drilling, ;Rich Sitin stripe Barege Hon. A. WHITE, U. S. Senate. lands belcngir.g to Col. R W. Williams, owner not Dear Sir : My little son was attacked with Dyn
.1 l.f.Mon County, February Q", is It,. 32 fr Light I'laiJ Gingham :; Scarfs F. A HAXEGAX, known.TheE4NE4andSE4S2NW4NE4. tery about six weeks since, violently. I called

J.11 a C' 11 n } 'M IVotice.S Earlston Fancy l)ress Capes 4* ALEX. BARROW, J the best medical aid,without arresting the data*.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORAT LAW Gout Rich French work collars, I' JAMES SEMPLE S3-T3R2NandEEiSEl oi When I Lad DtarlylO5t all hope of recovery,! ac-

Jasper. Hamilton Count, Florida. IX month after date, the ur.dfrsin.id. will apply Irish Linens ; fancv Silk Points of D. R. ATCJlh', W J, S 00, T 3, R 3, N and E., situated near Man cidently came across your CordiaL Aftei"rea&c
November 27,1'45. 1% to the Honorable. James E. B.'uome, J'ideeol Damask Linen Napkins, Shaded fringe Polka cord C. AsHLT, ninston purporting to belong to Lewis Conner and the certificates of gentlemen whom I see recocuaec<.

I I'- LAW MITICC.ATTORNEY : Prwate.rf Le<>n rOlh..f"r letters dismission from Towels, Egyptian Mita, .. J. J. HARDI, of Illinois. the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Comp n v. jog it, I concluded to try a bottle and began to rr.

the e.tat of F. Brant:deccnsi-d.! L. C. hkfs (ern!. uper.) ;;'Sleeve and waist girdles, 4' S. A. DOCGLAS TheE4SEjS9; W J, SW4Sl0; N W 4, I it by directions one morning after bre .& ,ar.d hf

; 1 W'.J W ll 1'. WIENKER, ) Ad mr.*. Cambric and Jaconetts Ladies' white and colored WILLIS GREEX, of Kentucky. S 15. T I. R I, Sa&dE ; S 17, T J. R 1.\ and E., 'I noon, to all appearance, the disease was entirely
.J l \1NGEIIIIOETS.S' Grass Cloth ; kid Gloves, JOHX PETTTT,of Indiana. except the E i i. S E 4 of said section; also.E I, N cured. It has returned on him twice since,but to

i AND COUNSELLOR Florida. AT LAW, January' 10, 18& __25 fm Irish and thread EdgingjGeiiU;; do. S. C. SAMPLE, W 4, S 17, T 2, R lN and W; E i, N W 4, S 9,T been stopped as readily as before.

attend CXuIncy the several, Courts cf Middle Flo.j' Notice. Cambric and Mmlin (edg-:20: ps. rich Bonnet Rib- C. B. SMITH, 2,111, N and W., adjoining the lands belonging to Very respectfully,
-- 1 WILL month after date I shall apply the Hon. ill:, and insetting*,) ', bon, J. WJUGHT, Ceo T WaM Fi'r.! .ahont) tin miles south-east of WJL L. BALLARD.
and of Decatur County, Georgia. SIX e of Probate in and Jefferson 1 COJJtyJr Black Trimming Lace .Fancy Caps, 'I J. B. BOWLIJC, of Missouri. Tallahassee,owner not known. Georgetown Randolph Co.,Ga.,Sept.10,-

-'. .. January 3. 1S4524_ letters of dismission as Executor of John Moore, Giripem Inserting, \Rich Fancy ParasoUttes J. M. Hrcnrs, The E i of N W 4,of S !, in T1, R 1,Nand W,
t Then. Jeff. Ilclr. late of' said county, deceased.* Printed Paris LawnsA larra aisortment of HEART Doped:, of Wisconsin. SO acres, near Lake Jackson purporting to belong to A fresh supply! of the above valuable medieiaa,
'. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. HARDY MOORE.JefTVrson N. S. Sulphide Mutlin / French flowers April 12, I-I 15. 3fJ Charles Williamson.Also jest received and for sale by Lewis & Ames,Drsjgists -

..-5-, ITfTILL continue to practice in the Superior and Comfy, January IT, 1*JO. 20 Cm Plaid Swiss Muslin, Fine straw Bonnets, the follow?town lot*: Lot No.220 in the ,Tallahassee; also,by R.Manaior.P. MJtfao
.1 V V County urtofJeff-rinCo'Jnty,3nd in the Ombre 5 Eagle Eye CoPartnership.TlIEundersi criminal planet the city cf Tallahassee, and part tj ningtonLeon County Jas. B. Beard,M-.MJccs--
Superior Courtsof the Middle District,and the County IVoticc. Plain Swiss and Book do. Florence nffl,having thisday associated them- lot No. 174 in the north addition to the city of T..I.laha. 8OOkit, Leon County ; S. F.Bon l' MiccrswAif;

\ of Columbia in the Eastern Dfltrict.I SIX month after date, I shall present to the 1k'it. Ombre Ealzarines, ;;Neapolitan ether under the firm cf STARR, ,t-e, also lot No. To in tie south half. of the Samuel Pulet. Druggist, Mcahcello; J I Residence at M'nticello, Jefferson: Cou'lty.11 e of Probate fur Jefferson County, ny final Printed Padded Roland LLOYD and FLAGG will continue the mercantile county quarter of said city.; Curio, Merchant, Quincy ; Zabod Hetcher,P. If,
business entrutednth him, will be promptly attended account and vouchers as Administrator of Francis Satin Stripe Mourning Rich Lace business at the Store formerly occupied b! W. F. Also the lands purporting to belong to the "Apa. China Hill,Gadklen County; Joshua Da v is.cf Cadi-

S .1 to. Gist, late of said County, deceased; and shall then P..Jzarint'S. )SAnVictoraemb" Lloyd, where they will be pleased to v e their for : lichicola Land Company," tying in the county (-, den County; D: Baker, P. }I., ChattaLoochie ui

Marcbo.lcfl. 33 apply for letters of dismiion as t'IhdminitratrJr.. Broche figured mourning ?Engli.h Patterns mer" customers. M. STARR.W. Leon, bounded North by: the line cf demarcation, Wm. Powt n,Merchant Marianna.

I J' STEVENS Muslin Paris. lace trim'd .. F. LLOYD, West by the Ocklockny Riser, Scuth by the county May 9. 1S46. 42
_New_ York fitv-_\,o.. _H! Broad_ war. BRIDER'
n Jefferson County, January lw, IS fmotc. The above were selected by a Rent.eman ol I dei- February 15, I*4*._ 31 F. H. .L Q'-- of Wakulla, and East by the St. Marks River and
In the Tirrnit f.nnrt tf She
fJ JAMES J LBIRGE12IAI1 ded taste and he rest 1.jJl1reclthat those who will know n as part of "Forbes' Purchase." MIDDLE
Dr. Hull's Pulmonary Balsam, CIRCUIT IX-A.'D--- GADSDCGJoseph
rail and examine dootherwue than award
I AE3&O13] cannot A. A. FISHER,
months afler difc I For Caufht CoM, .itthmas. Croup Bronthitur, Williams and Rebecca EL Wil-'
'J ta' the above store, between tI., ctT SIX "i present my accfImh hici that credit. Shff. and tz- ffici( Tax-Ccl. L. C.
1 HAS -(: n and FP.VNKLIN HOUSE where ho aa.touchers to the Jude (,f Probate of He has also just received from New Orleans: If Jf7wopin.Cotl(1t, Influenza, ]Hoarttntss January 21, J5-t6. 27 fm hams, his wife, Peter L. Bariao,
I L will hand choice selection! of FRENCH
.1 keep on a C.SSUfER'E.fIT : of the estate of James Simmons, late figured Linen Cambric for drts es, of Blood, Consumption Difficulty:? NEW BOOKS Ac. Barino, heirs of Elias Barino, deceased
AND ENGLISH CLOTHS -. of hid countY. deceased. Paris Lawns, Brealhms, &;e. &t. TUST received per Brig Sampson Narrative of the or. In Caaaccrj-
INGS, tic. He would rep cjf'illy solicit a c*>ntinuencecf SILAS D. ALLEN. *J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and to Orv- James D. Cash,William Holland,Sarah
Honda Embroidered Robes, article has Ion? been held in high estima
the of his friends believing t
Jo'I he will patronize be enabled to them the most, eatirr February 14, ISIG. -30 Cm Black Thread Mantillas-worth 3-23, THIS for the cure of diseases cf the breast and Iron and North California in 113 and 4,by Capt. J. Jane Holland Benj. C. West,
give C.
I satisfaction.Ajril N Long Silk O. K. Mitt, (new ftjle.) nne*. and is cffered to the public as a remedy deserin Fretnontprice 37J cts. William II. McMiUian John G.
ote, The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot Warburton, Camp, and Charles H. .
All of which hf f.ff.r no th.roost reasonable terms. a tritl hy all who are thus afflicted. Dup
_ i, J I"11 37 after apply to the Hon. "
SIX f'nt'l.rf for ,sl.al fr March 21, 1-10. 35 Particular direction accompany each bottle of the F..jIlhlstntf'rl| edition r(the PilETirn'1 Pr<>ere: >9.Tupper"s IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cosrt b 1
:.1 t e lroat :' county kier medicine. Price fjO cents. Proverbial PhiJosophya bookofthtlugbts affidavit cf complainaLt's solicitor, that Jw.
M'CANTS & SPENCER of dinnjs.ion .thl.\ of Jacob Carter, Slate Tax Collector's 8al and arguments originally treated
5- Sold in Tallahassee Florida, by D. Cash, one of the defendants to the bill of CCD-
l ATTORNEYS AT LAW.tTTILL Lie cf said county- ,deceased. BY virtuet the power vested in me by Uw, 1 I LEWIS & AMF.S, Druggists. Illustrated edition of Vicar cf Wakefield.Date's plaint filed herein,resides be>cnd the limits of r
the: l Dis- JOHN FREEMAN. ;.*li expr. for Hale, before the Court House Poetical Works, translated by H. T. Cary State and within the tamed
415 practice in the Courts of Mi Idle December 6, 1915. 20 jurisdiction cf the
JffTVrsori County, February 7, IS 13. Crn 20IVotfce. door in the,mn(>f Jasper,County of Hamilton on The Philosophy of
,[ v V trict and the Court of Appeals, and in th) Mystery, by Dandy, States that is to say within the Stale of Texas:Mi !
.i 'we? Counties of Georgia. Office at Munticello TiLe first Monday in September next, Samuel IV. Cnrmack, Samuel H.Sic- Holmes life ot Mozart Ordered, That the said James D. Cub do appear 1

Fla. Sept. 21. I'ill. y SIX months after date, I shal apply to the Judge the following property or so much thereof as will plieus and J. Waylc* Baker, Arnold's Rugby School Sermons, and {plead to or answer the bill cf comp'iat fid ;

; ( Probate for J County for Utters (-fdismission pay the State and County taxes dueon the same for ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW Parker's aid i English composition herein, on or before the first Monday of Oct-

1 S RUNAWAY$30 IlEWARD.from the subwrriber 15 miles ,as administrator of Nonnan lh.late of the )ear 1S43: : formed a partnership in the practice of Chances and Changes.or Life as it Is,by Charles next or that the same be taken as confessed bT the

S of 'Tallahassee the night of the 21Littst. said County, deceased. JI TheSE4ot Sec 33, and the E J of the N E 4 of HAVE, and will give their joint attention to business Burdett, Rural Economy, by Boussinghault said James D. Cash, and complainants have leave f
:.j', .. a BCCTO man TO on r.five feet.fve: inches Jefferson Cnnty. January 1''1. 154G.- ,1't' 5mAdmlntstrator'g Sec 33,and the entire section. and the W J of Sec confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit, Book of the Colonies, by John Frost, to proceed txparte: Prtmdtd, That a copy of tkicrdcr j
1 ; and' intelligent --- 35, and the E J cf the S W 4 of Sec 26, all of T 2. and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the Book of Good Ex-unples, by John Frost, be published once week for four cioeUu previous
; : an
sndaba1fhighliht complexion Notice.
with R 12, N and E. The NEofS2andtbeNjof Western Circuit. SAMUEL B. STEPHEJTI will con The book cf Christmas, by Thomas K. Herrey, to the day aforesaid in one of the newspaper
;; countenance between: a the peaked forehead the, root a of scar his SIX months afterdate, the undersigned will make S 3, and the N E 4 oi S".TI, R12,N and E.,purporting tinue to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL W. CARMACKand Elinor Wyllis, edited by J. G.Cooper, published in Tallahassee. .
1 extending eye-brows to final return and exhibit, to the Judge of Pro.. to belong to the estate of lector W. Braden.AlsotheNW4oftheSEfS7TlRI4. J. WATLEW BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the The quiet"Husband,The Spire The Heiress,by Dated 14th May.iS3cl.
It' bSII; about thirty years old. bate for Leon County. .administrator on the estateof firm will spend a part of his time at Apalachicola Miss Pickering, (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE
The above reward will be iven to
:1;a said slave Tomon; the any delivery per the apprehendng Roderick MeoD., decease and ask for a discharge N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of and will attend to any communications directed to Ascanio, or the Sculptor Apprentice, by A. Dumas Judge S. Cir.presiding in M.C.for Gadsden C* I

a a luch Washington DunhamAbo that place. Love and Mesmerismby Horace Smith A true copy:
is same to me,at my plantation.CHAS.. L. POWELL. JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. ,the SE4of S 31 I. I, R).3,.purporting to December20, JS-I5. 22 The illustrated history of Palestine,by Jno. Kit to, I. R. H.Ula, Clerk.
.7, March I.. 1& 6. 31 GinAdministrator's belong to the estate of l>njamin thai res. The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor, May 16, 1&16. 43 4m
April II. 19IC. 3S IVotice. AIM, Sections 25 and 35, in T I t R 12, N and E., Apalachicola Land Companr. Mysteries of the Backwoods by T. B. Thorpe.author

I CLOTHING CLOTHING purporting to beloog to the estate of Thomas Liv. persons are hereby warned not to trespass of Tom Owen I in the Circuit Court of tile
: A LARGE assortment of SPRING and SUMMER SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. ingston. ALL to make use of, or commit waste in any unlawful A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions in MIDDLE CIRCUIT FOR GADSDEN COUI1.

CLOTHING: Al*>, BOOTS, SHOES flATS. Judge of Probate of Leon County for lettersof Also the Wid the N E4ofS33, manner, on the land of the ApalachicolaLand Needle-work I IN CHANCERY.
_ .- jte.,just receited and for sale bv dismuVion. on the estate of Charles A. Nelson, The F. i of the S W 4 of S 33, Company which have not been regularly disposed Fleming Field Nich Bieelorr, The Orange Girl .
I : L. & II. GREENBERG & CO. late of said County* deceased. The F. i of the N E 4 of S .13, of by us, or our competent agent or agents of Venice The West Point Cadet, Between William Bellamy Exr/
: Ma.reh2ll 16. 3$ JAMES- A. BERTHELOT, The W I of the S E l of S 33, heretofore:as the penalty of the law will be strictly Love and Murder, Durbin's Observations in the of A. Bellamy, decU, Cem- I
Surviving Administrator.JToilce. TheN E4oftheSE4ofS3l. East Clark's Cswar, Playfair's Euclid plainant I Bill for forecl-
enforced all offenders.
.. ..
; .'ORfShi: friends and the puMir' I 06 1 The S W J of th* S XV i of S 27. ftll in T S. R 13. Application may be made for parch4.1 leases or Nove's Penmanship. New Music Paper for Window t*. fare of oort'
r: } J_ that lie has t ken the store on the corner N and E. Also, the E 4of the X W 4, and the Wi otherwise, for the undupo of portions or tracts Curtains House Paper and Borders. &.(., A(. Mary R
: i of Monroe and Two hundred Foot m'>n1hs after date I shall present my final i of the N E 4 cf S 5,T I 1,11 I.J, N and E.,purporting I f,f said lands lying and being in the counties of Wa. For sale by P. A. HAYWARD.lanuary 0/seph. R. Rowles. deceased, es.j
SIX lief endani.
h: I' streets. neuly opposite the Court house, and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro.ae to belong to the estate of Hardy Bryant. ctilla. Leon Gadsden and Franklin and known as 24.1S45. 27
: where may be f(>nr d a general assortment bite in and (or the County cf and appl AI.o, the N W ofS20.theW i of the N E 4 of S the" Forbes Purchase"to our duly authorized agent, TO PICIXTERS. appearing to the satisfaction o(the Cosxt.b1t'
wf genuine DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Every attention for a discharge as .\ JEfcrrn.nun of the 20 the N E 4 ot the S W 4 of S 21'. the S W 4 of the Mr. JAMES F. BETTNCR in the vicinity of Quincv. J. amdavit of complainant, that the defendant,sw
paid to orders of Phjsiciais and Plant era. of JamN Hall, late of said boi., deceased SWJof.517, the E i of the S W .IofSl7, the SW JOSEPH DELAFIELD Type Foundry if Printer Furnishing rturtAC1..le. Mary Rowl ,. Executrix as aforesaid, resides cat*.
:. All article warranted good quality, low far n\. (.t.1 county WM. BUDD. 4 (Jf the S E 4 of S 17, all in T J. Range 14, N LEWIS CURTIS THE subscribers have opened a new Type Foun. the State of Florida and in the State of Vjrp i -

--I lie bas just received a supply of SHERMAN'S Jefferson County January 17, lS1. CmAslnhtnuotrator'M and E., purporting to belong fo Edmund B. Vas. Trutee. of the.Ipalaehicola Land Co. in the city ot New York, where they are It if Ordered,That the said defendant do app***-
WORM COUGH, CAMPHOR and CATII \RTIC / S E i of the S WJofSl.TI, Rl3NandE-. January 10, HHI\ ready to supply orders to any extent, for any kind of answer said bill within four months, or fie s

.. p I/1ZENGES, ralnable articles, and the most agreeable Notice. purporting to belong the estate of Wm. J. Mills. job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper Cases, Galleys, Brass shall be taken for confessed: Proc Ued, TW|P41'-

i form of adminUtering medicines. OIX months aft r date, I wit apply t the Honor MILTON J. BRYAN Notice. Rule Steel column do., Composing Sticks Chases, cation be made of this order in some newspapfpn"*"

: SHERMAN'S POOR MANS PLASTERS, the O ale! l Judge Probates Leon county for letters ShT.( md ex officio Tax Col. H. Co. THE undersigned, duly authorized agent of the and every article necessary for a Printing Office. ed in the city of Tallahassee, once a week tat M*

i ; cheapest tnd best plaster ever offered to the public! of ii mi >ion a Administrator of the estate o' February 2Q. 18K. _32 fim of the Apalachicola Land Company, : The Type which are cast in new moulds; from an months successively.Dated .

s,':a.. for Rheumatism Painsin the Back Side and Weakness Joshua Sills, late of said County. deceased. a i i. prepared to sell or rent such portions and tractsof entire new set of matrixes, with dep counters are 12th May. 1S48.
:: 2'.3 &clAlso. SOLOMON SILLS Adm'r. HIST? < 0 CD 10) S. land within the Forbes Purchase,as have not been warranted to be unsurpassed by any, and will be soldat (Signed) GEO. W. MACRAE

DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN ALL Fe >rmrv_i, l'-M. 298m. 200 PIECES rich it)Ie Prints, Muslms, Ging- regularly di.poed of by said Land Company. Personal prices to suit the times. Judge S. Cir.presiding in M. C.for Gads**
HEALING BALSAM an invaluable article for Cold. hams.' uncs. Balzarines. Muslin Gin. interviews mar be had with the subscriber at Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Ens i. M. D. PAPY, Solicitor for Complainant.

S Coughs Asthma, Bleeding at the Lungs Cot> >iuy- JYotice. hams, Shawls Sctrf, Capes and c iIGi or in the neighborhood of Qnincy or letters may be gines, of the most approved patterns. A true copy: f
44 tion and its kindred diseases. Pamphlets containing SIX months afterdate, I shall present my final ac- Mitts Hosiery, a superior assortment of Laces and directed to him through the Poet Offices, at that Composition Rollers cast (or Printers.A I. R. HARRIS Clerk.

,. p i certificates from persons in high standing, rf'C. (unt and vouchers to tbe Hon.Judge of Probate, Embroidered Muslin Trimmings, and a variety ol place and Tallahassee. mechinist constantly in attendance to repair May 1846. 43 4m _

tftf. ecting its valuable effects can be had gratis, by ap. in and for the County of Jefferson. then apply articles too numerous to mention., Just received JAMES E. BETTNER, Jlfmt presses and do light work.

*. pinguabove. for a discharge a Administrator.' of the estate cl and for. tale by of the Trustee*of the Apalachicola Land Co. Editors of Newspapers who will buy three timesas Notice.QIX .

t 1 ". Tallahassee_ _January_ _10.1846._ _25 _tf Stephen Woolf,late of aid county deceasc-d.- L. Is. H. GREENBERG & CO. I January 10. 1-1C. 25 ly much type as-their hills amount to, may give the months after date, I shaU'apply to the f*
March 21 1846. 35NOTICE. above
ii4, : SOLOMON E MATHERS. six months'inset ion in their papers,and send O Judge of Probate for Jefferson Conaty tOT I JrUIf'
s : Porter and Claret. Jeffcrnon County. Feb. 21, 1mW XaI their it the I :
-5 : CASKS LONDON PORTER. __ 31 (m papers containing to criben.I of dismission as Administrator of ilary Savajs1cf
t : 4, Shirtings, Osnaburgs, and a large COCKROFT & OVEREND OS Ann st. N.Y. said County,deceased.
:F ; 30 dor. Claret i"et received and for sale) by lOUcf. FORECLOSURE MORTGAGE: In THE SOUTH. SHEETINGS of Staple and Fancy Dry $ods, February 31.194C. 31 '6m 'GEORGE JOXESJef&non .

pt STARR LLOYD & FLAGG. SIX month.er (Ji e Admin CIRCUIT or Fu>nn>.. Boots, Shoes Hats, &c.,Jtc., suitable for the Spring County April$ IW 40 f* _
April 1 1818. 39 Bentley deu. late of II THE heirs of John H. Sawyer, deceased will trade, for sale cheap by LAW NOTlCBw"TTTILL .

r .- VorSale. & JtfWu County), will present aunt. and notice that I intend to institute proceed- STARR, LLOYD & FLAGG. }M f. E9VL IVotlcc
; WELL selected$ Miscellaneous of the n to the Judge cf PuJae'of saM CoCatyi i.asJsj.hwitbi.n the Circuit Court for the Southern April IS, 1549. 39 *
Ubrary uj
A and ask for a discharge ( Circuit Florida, to foreclose ftn&ttgage I hold resume the practice of Law. OTTICK amy IX months after date I shall P"1 lot?
( most apptored English editions of standard JOHN ro > upon certain real:Restate of John H. Sawyer deceased LAW NOTICE. .VV HIS Y A.RD. CT honorable Judge ol Probate, in ana /
's works consisting of about one thousand volumes. RAUDES m' April'2 18-16. 40 County( Jeflerson,m? anal acec 8J1t 5de S
to S BE.TE.U in the city of Key West, situated at the corner of (.! undersigned bave united in the practice olJL '
For apply AdminitritorofNatLanjelSandersdeeesotshall
particulars, as
$S. ISk JOS. F. BYTHEWOOD. Jetfersnn.CcuntyMy2.. 164. m Duval and Front streets and known as part of lot Law. They will attend the several Courts ot Just Received fojr J. B Fortune then apply lot tetters of dionissioB l

January, 1Rl. 25 Ocilla. Jefferson County.STARR number three in square number seven, according to Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida At the Phoenix Building,** per bug Eaelin from Administrator.. ;WILLIAM GOODMAI'Jefferson *.-
/ft G. Bowman's of said .
.. -_ : Admlnll'rator. Ifotlce. .plan city.CHARLES and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson in the New York: gl
fir County, May 9,184ft. ,
LLOYD FLAGG MALLORY.By Western Circuit. Also the
I SIX ,haptmy&cenl District Court of the Java Coffee Fresh Malaga Raisins,
v i now receiving per Brig Emeline from NewS voucher,and make S: R. MALLORY his Attorney. United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Suirm Soft-shell Almonds,. Butter and Soda Crackers, Notice.
ARTS of Probate of Lon ( letters of Key West. March 7, 184C. 33 ow4n Court of the State of Florida.
iri and 'Schooner Home from New Orleans County nr dismission Ship Biscuit Crushed Sugar, months afterdate.will app. Ih.
: Rio;L&guira and Java Coffee, loaf and crushed Su.gu. ,ass A'lminiftralcr on the estate of Bartholomew F. i Take Notice. THOMAS RANDALL, Olive Oil,. Brandy Cherries, SIX of Gadeden Coenty, for at .
;.: t Win;*, Brandy, Flour, and complete asc>t"mrnt 1 irk,deceased.of aid Connty. All extra price will be paid for Hides stretched THOMAS H. HAGNER. vm. & ipsmps, Sup. fine Northern Floor y %execntonnin of the last Will of RobedD, '

'?, I of Iron, StetJ.>Tai5', .(. JOHN MYRICK. Adm'r pegs,after I he Indian f 8hfon, by Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Very superior cr ewing Tobacco. small and large deceased. L. W. Sf*&,..:

;. I f'ebruary2lISVI. 51 J J-l"U'; 5, !I"<" I. 6m May In. |1i5.| 42 M. L BAKER. Tallahassee*February 21, lS4i$. 31 pllJ!. May 23, 15-16. fi January 9, [17] 1S46.February 2S J1 .


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